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Wipro partners with SGI for rapid growth in India

Wipro partners with SGI for rapid growth in India

Bangalore: IT major, Wipro Ltd. and SGI, a leader in high performance computing and Big Data, today announced a strategic partnership to expand market presence in India. SGI has appointed Wipro as its master Authorised Service Provider (ASP).

This partnership will enable SGI customers and partners based in India to access enhanced support and maintenance services.

“We are happy to be appointed as the exclusive authorised service provider for SGI”, said Anuj Bhalla, Vice President & Global BU Head Products, System Integration & Maintenance Service, Wipro Ltd., “This partnership will enable Wipro to provide SGI’s customers and partners with new solutions, services and support.”

SGI is a leader in high performance computing with a substantial customer base in India. The agreement with Wipro will enable greater reach in service and support of existing and new customers. Customers within India will benefit from the access to Wipro’s extensive network of staff and services. The relationship will maximise SGI’s ability to provide industry leading solutions to the most demanding business and technology challenges faced by Indian customers.

“SGI is committed to its customers and partners across India and providing outstanding service and support for our customers is essential,” said Greg McKeon, Director Services, SGI Asia Pacific. “The partnership with Wipro enhances our existing service capability and is an important step in ensuring the ongoing success of each of our SGI users in this significant market place.”

SGI is focused on helping customers solve their most demanding business and technology challenges by delivering technical computing, Big Data analytics, cloud computing, and petascale storage solutions that accelerate time to discovery, innovation, and profitability.

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