November 16, 2009
HMK is first European reseller for Convey's Hybrid-Core computing solutions
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 16 -- Convey Computer Corporation, the leader in hybrid-core computing, announced a master reseller agreement today with HMK Supercomputing GmbH headquartered near Frankfurt am Main, Germany.
HMK Supercomputing GmbH, founded by Helmut Mühl-Kühner and Ernst M. Mutke, will represent Convey in Germany, Switzerland, and Austria. HMK has more than 25 years of high-performance computing experience and helps innovative companies, such as Convey, achieve fast and effective access to European markets.
"We are very pleased to be represented in Europe by HMK, a company with solid credentials in high-performance computing," said Bruce Toal, CEO and president, Convey Computer Corporation. "As customers in Europe deploy our energy-efficient, hybrid-core computing servers, HMK will be a valuable asset for solutions, support, and service."
HMK serves approximately 500 organizations/companies worldwide. The products represented by HMK are found in datacenters of all industries, medium and large businesses, research centers, and universities. "Convey's hybrid-core computer -- the HC-1 -- is an excellent addition to our product portfolio because it delivers increased performance using less energy and with more application flexibility. The system represents the best of both worlds: commodity economics with custom performance," said Helmut Mühl-Kühner, general manager of HMK. For more information on the companies, see www.conveycomputer.com or www.hmk.de.
About Convey Computer Corporation
Based in Richardson, Texas, Convey Computer breaks power, performance and programmability barriers with the world's first hybrid-core computer -- a system that marries the low cost and simple programming model of a commodity system with the performance of a customized hardware architecture. Convey brings decades of experience and intellectual assets to performance problem-solving. Its executive and design teams all come from successful backgrounds of building computer companies, most notably Convex Computer Corporation and Hewlett- Packard. Convey Computer investors include Braemar Energy Ventures, CenterPoint Ventures, Intel Capital, InterWest Partners, Rho Ventures, and Xilinx. More information can be found at www.conveycomputer.com.
HMK Supercomputing GmbH is part of the HMK Group, which is based in Kronberg/Ts near Frankfurt/Main, Germany. HMK Computer Technologies GmbH, the first company under the HMK name, was founded in 1995 by Dipl.- Ing. Helmut Mühl-Kühner. By targeting specific markets and by utilizing specific selling and consulting activities, HMK provides new and innovative products a fast and effective entrance into the German and European market. The HMK Group today provides datacenter solutions to more than 500 companies in all industries, from middle and large enterprises and universities. Commercial and technical/scientific users, who continually need to increase performance or to move or store large amounts of data, find well adapted solutions in our product offerings. More information can be found at www.hmk.de.
Source: Convey Computer Corp.
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