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HPTi Wins $147 Million DoD Computing Contract

High Performance Technologies, Inc. has won the User Productivity Enhancement, Technology Transfer and Training (PETTT) contract from the DoD’s High Performance Computing Modernization Office (HPCMO), worth $147 million over ten years.

HPTi will interface with government labs and coordinate the efforts of top research universities and private companies comprising the PETTT team to produce applicable and timely advancements in science and engineering for American soldiers. HPTi’s team will include HPC labs and companies in the country, including Texas Advanced Computing Center, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center, and 19 other partners.

Tim Keenan
Tim Keenan

HPTi President Tim Keenan commented, “The PETTT program is the keystone of DoD’s scientific innovation initiatives, delivering premier capabilities to our service men and women.  Supporting the HPCMO with this critical mission makes HPTi one of the nation’s foremost providers of computational services.”

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