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“Japan’s vibrant HPC community deserves a publication in the Japanese language that is dedicated to Japanese users and vendors, and that understands the unique dynamics of the Japanese HPC market. HPCwire Japan is well positioned to serve this important need.”
“Historically there has never been a professional HPC publication produced and published in Japanese to serve Japan’s local advanced computing community. HPCwire Japan fills the gap by connecting Japan’s HPC network directly to HPCwire, the most powerful and highly regarded high performance computing news and information resource globally. I strongly believe that HPCwire Japan is destined to be a huge success!”
“The introduction of HPCwire Japan in a joint partnership between Tabor Communications and EMI helps to further one of the goals of the Asian Technology Information Program (ATIP), which is to strengthen the ties between the academic, scientific, and technical computing networks in the APAC region and the international HPC community. HPCwire’s leadership, and the commitment it is making by extending its reach into Japan is a step towards achieving this. This is a tremendous opportunity that enables our Japanese counterparts to realize tangible benefits in a way that also enhances the global HPC community.”
Prof. Yoshio Oyanagi, Computational Science, Kobe Univ.
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