November 15, 2004
Egenera Inc announced that it has established a subsidiary in Frankfurt, Germany, to capitalize on opportunities in the Central European region. From this location, Egenera will conduct business in Austria, Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland.
The Frankfurt office is being staffed with sales, field engineering, channel-management, marketing and administrative personnel. Already, Egenera has started building a world-class customer base and reseller channel in the region, and is forging relationships with the leading names in high technology.
"We're investing in Central Europe in response to growing customer demand for our Egenera BladeFrame system and to take advantage of strong market conditions," said Mike Thompson, chief operating officer for Egenera. "For example, Germany is home to the largest financial services market in Europe. Likewise, the region's IT executives are on the cutting edge of datacenter technology, having embraced both Linux and utility computing. We are pleased to bring the benefits of our visionary products and architecture to the continent's leading companies."
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