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Cray names Nick Gorga to Vice President of Asia Pacific Sales

4 May 2015 Seattle - Cray Inc. has appointed Nick Gorga to the position of vice president of sales for the Asia Pacific region. With a 32-year career in high tech, including more than 22 years of high performance computing (HPC) sales experience, Nick Gorga will be responsible for leading Cray's sales efforts in the region.

"The Asia Pacific region is an important piece of our international growth plans, and I am excited to have Nick representing Cray in our customer partnerships across the geography", stated Peter Ungaro, president and CEO of Cray. "This region contains some of the fastest growing and most diverse countries and customers in the world. Nick's impressive background and proven experience will help customers gain strategic advantage in their business and research by leveraging our unique supercomputing, storage and analytics solutions."

Prior to joining Cray, Nick Gorga served as general manager, Asia Pacific at SGI and was responsible for leading the company's regional strategy and direction in countries that included Singapore, Malaysia, Korea, China, India, New Zealand and his native Australia. Previously, Nick Gorga held several positions at SGI, including general manager for South Asia and Korea, regional manager for Australia, and a number of senior sales positions in Australia. Prior to SGI, Gorga held sales and systems engineering positions with Prime Computer Inc.

"I am continually fascinated by supercomputing and its ability to transform our world", stated Nick Gorga. "From helping to predict catastrophic weather events, finding cures for insidious diseases, helping build safer cars, finding oil more efficiently and keeping us safe by helping the intelligence community sift through mountains of data - what customers do with Cray systems is truly inspiring. Cray is an exciting company with an unwavering commitment to high performance computing, and I look forward to contributing to its success."

In his new position, Nick Gorga joins Andrew Wyatt, Cray's vice president of operations in the Asia Pacific region. Nick Gorga will oversee Cray's sales initiatives in the region and Wyatt is responsible for Cray's service, corporate and management functions across the Asia-Pacific organisation.
Source: Cray

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Primeur weekly 2015-05-11

Special

German Tier 2 supercomputer centres should form a collaboration network for High-Performance Computing ...

The Cloud

ANSYS 16.1 delivers enterprise simulation On The Cloud ...

IBM Watson establishes hybrid Cloud capabilities to accelerate new insights for the enterprise ...

HP and SAP accelerate journey to SAP S/4HANA on HP Helion managed Cloud ...

Industrial virtual factory lowers costs and reduces emissions ...

HP makes performance and load testing solutions available on the Microsoft Azure Marketplace ...

EuroFlash

High Performance computing element of the European Commission's new Digital Single Market Strategy for Europe ...

Biologists are increasingly becoming data scientists ...

Announcing the Hans Meuer Award winning Research Paper ...

ADVA Optical Networking launches ConnectGuard for ultimate data protection ...

German researchers use IBM Big Data solution to manage world's largest trove of climate data ...

15 million euro boost for European astronomy ...

USFlash

Gartner names CoolIT Systems a Cool Vendor in Data Center Management, Power and Cooling Report ...

University of Arkansas acquires new supercomputer for research support ...

OpenMP 4.0 examples published ...

Cray names Nick Gorga to Vice President of Asia Pacific Sales ...

Cray reports first quarter financial results ...

Cray Urika-XA system wins Best of Show Award at Bio-IT World ...

Purdue's eighth supercomputing cluster in eight years not quite 'minute' Rice, but built in a day ...

UT Austin researchers use supercomputing to assess the impact of climate change on the country's growing season ...

IBM Watson Health, Epic and Mayo Clinic to unlock new insights from electronic health records ...

Scientists get ultra-fast and robust network across the Atlantic Ocean ...

Nepal disaster relief efforts to be aided by glacier researchers ...

Clinicians tap Watson to accelerate DNA analysis and inform personalized treatment options for patients ...

New chip architecture may provide foundation for quantum computer ...

The next step in DNA computing: GPS mapping? ...

IBM unveils Power Systems solutions to support SAP HANA ...