Platform Computing announced record revenues for the fiscal year ending in March 2008. Following the release, the self-funded software company was ranked 9th in Canada’s Top25 software companies by the Branham 300. The Branham 300 is considered the benchmark by which Candadian information technology companies measure their success.
In a very competitive market, Platform Computing has completed yet another year of strong and profitable growth which validates the company’s strategy to lead and expand the HPC space,” said Songnian Zhou, CEO, Platform Computing. “As HPC management software becomes increasingly critical, the value Platform delivers to its customers is in making it easier to deploy and accelerate applications, manage compute systems and thereby reduce costs. Partnerships with industry leaders such as Dell, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Red Hat and SAS enable customers to easily adopt and deploy HPC solutions by leveraging this indirect channel. These partners continue to provide customers with the most efficient and easy to implement solutions.”
Read the full release here.