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Tremend joins Mellanox in powering the majority of Top 500 supercomputers

Tremend - one of the fastest growing software companies in Romania - has signed an agreement with Mellanox Technologies, a leading supplier of end-to-end connectivity solutions for servers and storage, with headquarters in California and Israel.  

Within this agreement, Tremend will provide chip design and verification services, being one of the few providers in Romania that have the technical capacity to deliver in this highly specialized area. Tremend engineers will work side by side with Mellanox experts to build the next generation of the networking processors and switches that power the majority of Top 500 supercomputers and 90% of the Cloud HyperScale companies.

Bogdan Nitulescu, CTO and Partner, Tremend, said: "It's a partnership that strengthens our business with the semiconductor industry and connects us to an avant-garde segment of software and hardware services. We believe in the growth potential on the local market, capitalizing on our main strengths - highly educated human resources, a talented team and very good cultural compatibility with our partners."

Tremend will open up to 50 positions within its team in the next two years, offering the opportunity for computer science, mathematics or electronics graduates to specialize in the cutting edge field of chip design and verification for the fastest and most advanced networking products on the market.

Ido Bukspan, VP of Chip Design, Mellanox Technologies said – “We have a great momentum in developing our cutting edge devices and our strategy is designed to keep it going strong. We’re talking here about state-of-the-art, best in the world devices in this specific category. Starting a collaboration with Tremend is further proof to our operational efficiency and we’re confident that we found in Tremend an excellent partner and a talent pool able to drive growth through innovation in our market-leading products.”

The highly skilled engineers already joining the team have strong backgrounds in electronics and computer science, combining software and programming skills with the knowledge of hardware and digital circuits. The core skills needed will be in the domains of high-performance networking, VLSI design and verification, technologies used in the backbone of the Internet and cloud infrastructure.

 

 

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