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Proact achieves Elite partner status with Nvidia

Tuesday 13 October 2020 | 12:47 CET | News
Independent data centre and cloud services provider Proact said it recently obtained Elite partner status within virtualisation from AI supercomputing company Nvidia. Proact said it is one of very few Nordic partners in this category and the only one specialising in healthcare. Proact claims expertise in Nvidia systems for AI applications, integrated with Proact cloud services and Flash-based storage, which it delivers packaged with design, deployment and support services.

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Categories: Fixed / IT
Companies: Nvidia / Proact
Countries: Finland / Sweden
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