Patrick Thibodeau writes that Michigan automotive supplier L&L Products attributes its 100 percent growth to an investment in high performance computing.
It doubled our business,” said Reagan, adding that the firm now makes about $220 million annually and has about 900 global employees. Before the introduction of HPC, “we didn’t compete in this market,” said Reagan. “There is no way to compete in this market without that tool.”
About six years ago, L&L began using HPC to build a new structural composite line for automotive makers. It eventually became a new product line for the company that brought in new customers and revenue. Read the Full Story.