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    Compusys HPC and GridXpert sign new partnership agreement
    Tuesday January 18 2005 @ 12:38PM EST

    This new Agreement provides Compusys HPC with an unmatched offering of Grid Software products, including the GX Synergy Product Suite, which unlock the power of utility and Grid Computing Solutions and allow organisations to implement flexible, seamless, and secure distributed computing solutions.

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