December 15, 2009
FREMONT, Calif., Dec. 14 -- SGI, a global leader in HPC and datacenter solutions, today announced that it will provide customized support to Verari Systems customers on a global basis, beginning immediately.
SGI Services supports some of the most advanced high performance computing (HPC) installations and largest datacenter operations in the world. The expanded global services program will provide business continuity to transitioning Verari customers and will capitalize on SGI's established leadership in delivering multi-vendor support strategies through regional support centers, efficient logistics networks and unrivaled field expertise.
"In an effort to provide Verari customers confidence in their business continuity and an ability to map their technology futures, SGI is now adding Verari Systems to our multi-vendor service offerings for both Customer Service and Professional Service," said David Yoffie, senior vice president of services at SGI. "Verari global customers will now benefit from our worldwide service infrastructure and our experience supporting existing Verari customers in Europe. Customers will be able to work with SGI to define custom support solutions that address their specific needs."
To learn more about this extended support offering, Verari customers can visit www.sgi.com/verari.
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