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Video: How R-Systems Helps Customers Move HPC to the Cloud

Brian Kucic is the co-founder an Principal of R Systems.

In this video from the HPC User Forum in Milwaukee, Brian Kucic from R-Systems describes how the company enables companies of all sizes to move their technical computing workloads to the Cloud.

R Systems provides High Performance Computer Cluster resources and technical expertise to commercial and institutional research clients through the R Systems brand and the Dell HPC Cloud Services Partnership. In addition to our industry standard solutions, R Systems Engineers assist clients in selecting the components of their optimal cluster configuration.”

Brian Kucic started with vision was to establish a company that would better serve commercial clients with their HPC needs. This vision led to the creation of a company—R Systems—that is dedicated to serving research partners in a demanding business environment. Presently, as Business Principal, Brian is responsible for the management of all business activities related to sales, customer relations, and project contracts. Brian’s experience and data center management skills ensure that all business activities are targeted for results, added benefits, and performance reliability for all of R Systems’ customers.  Prior to R Systems, Brian served as the Private Sector Program Director at The National Center for Supercomputing Applications (NCSA) at the University of Illinois. From 1999-2003, Brian served as the Cray User Group Operations Chair. He currently serves on Microsoft’s Partner Advisory Board and on the Alliance for High Performance Digital Manufacturing (AHPDM) chaired by Intel’s Dr. Stephen Wheat. Brian graduated from Western Illinois University’s School of Engineering in 1987 with a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering. He is an avid motorsports fan and has not missed an Indianapolis 500 in decades and highlights the Austin / US Grand Prix as an Annual “Must See.”

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