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Recognition distinguishes Boston as one of NVIDIA’s top partners for Accelerated Computing and Professional Visualization solutions in Europe.

St. Albans, United Kingdom (January 28, 2016) — Boston Limited today announced that it has achieved Elite Solution Provider status in the NVIDIA Partner Network program.

Specifically, the designation recognizes Boston’s achievement in both Accelerated Computing and Professional Visualization, which includes technical expertise; customer service; and the ability to design, implement, and maintain best-in-class accelerated computing and professional visualization solutions from NVIDIA.

The NVIDIA Elite Solution Provider in Accelerated Computing and Professional Visualization competencies recognize partners who design, deploy, and support parallel computing, HPC (high performance computing), and other accelerated computing markets such as big data processing/analytics as well as professional graphics, rendering, and scalable visual solutions.

Both competencies encompass system solutions, infrastructure management, and communications. They include the following NVIDIA® products and technologies: Tesla®, NVLink™, CUDA®, PGI, Quadro®, NVS™, NVIDIA VCA™, OptiX™ Ray Tracing, and others. The designations are the result of annual revenue performance and successfully completing NVIDIA’s Accelerated Computing and Professional Visualization training requirements.

“Boston are extremely proud to have been named as an Elite Solution Provider. This status recognizes our track record for delivering world-class high performance computing and visualization solutions, utilizing NVIDA’s industry-leading products and those from our best-of-breed enterprise partners including Supermicro,” explained Manoj Nayee, managing director of Boston Limited.

“During our long established partnership we’ve grown together to build a comprehensive range of compelling solutions, enabling us to exceed customer expectations. Boston Limited are committed to continuing this success for years to come and our Elite Solution Provider status confirms this,” he added.

“With the NVIDIA Partner Network program, we’re creating a network of partners who collaborate to inspire and delight customers with world-class visual computing solutions,” said Shanker Trivedi, vice president of Enterprise Business, Worldwide Field Operations at NVIDIA. “The Elite Solution Provider status represents the highest level of accelerated computing and professional visualization expertise a partner can achieve, and we welcome Boston into our program.”

Boston’s range of NVIDIA accelerated server and workstation solutions includes:

• The Venom 2100-0T 1U server containing 4x NVIDIA® Tesla K80® GPU accelerators
• The Venom 3401-7T NVIDIA M6000 workstation
• The Supermicro 4028GR-TR SuperServer supporting up to 8x NVIDIA Tesla K80 GPU accelerators

About Boston Limited

Boston Limited has been providing first-to-market technology to a diverse client base since 1992. Boston's high performance, mission-critical server, storage and workstation solutions can be tailored for every client. With expertly trained engineers and a dedicated R & D labs facilities, Boston are able to fully customize the specification, design and branding of a solution in order to help clients solve their toughest business challenges simply and effectively. Since its founding in London, UK, Boston has expanded operations globally. Following on from the successful launch of Boston IT Solutions India in 2009, Boston launched Boston Server & Storage Solutions GmbH in Germany a year later, with offices opening on the East coast of America in 2013. For more information about Boston, please visit the website and follow @BostonLimited on Twitter.

For further information, contact:
Tiffiny Franklin
Boston Limited
+44 (0) 1727 876 100

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