Yesterday, at the close of Intel Vision 2022, Hypertec was named Intel 2022 Partner of the Year for its innovative, leadership role in High-Performance Computing (HPC).

Intel vision 2022

The two-day conference held in Dallas, TX (May 10-11th 2022) centered on how the last two years have been a catalyst for innovation and technology adoption. Both public and private sectors were required to navigate extreme uncertainty while remaining connected to meet the needs of markets demanding faster, more secure, and energy-conscious computing. The many CPU, AI, GPU, and product announcements at Intel Vision 2022 promise milestones in processing breakthroughs that companies like Hypertec leverage to the benefit of all its customers in all markets.

Intel 2022 Partner of the year award

Every year Intel reviews the achievements of 47 Channel partners who distinguish themselves across the Americas region, in diverse categories, and Hypertec rose above the admirable list of partners, for its consistent role in delivering solid, reliable, high-performance computing servers and solutions to its clients. The Intel Partner of the Year awards honor Intel partners that excel in enhancing technology innovation, sales growth, go-to-market strategies, and marketing. These awards recognize the innovative solutions that Intel and its partners achieve—made possible through continued ecosystem collaboration.

Eliot Ahdoot receiving Intel 2022 Partner of the year award
(Left) Eliot Ahdoot, Hypertec Chief Commercial and Innovation Officer (Right) Greg Ernst, Intel Vice President Sales (US)

“Hypertec has long been a partner with Intel, and we are so grateful to be recognized today for our relentless dedication to providing customers with the most optimized performance solutions via our CIARA TRIDENT servers supported by sustainable, immersion cooling,” said Eliot Ahdoot, Chief Commercial and Innovation Officer at Hypertec Group.

“The power, performance, and reliability we have been able to achieve with Intel is what sets Hypertec apart—serving emerging markets like the financial services industry (FSI), along with media and entertainment (M&E), digital manufacturing, and private-sector industries,” added Ahdoot.

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