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    Aldert Groenenberg Joins ClusterVision as Manager Benelux
    Posted by Matthijs van Leeuwen, Sunday February 08 2009 @ 10:35AM EST

    Clustervision, specialist in supercomputer clusters, is pleased to announce that Aldert Groenenberg has joined its European sales force as Manager Benelux. Aldert Groenenberg will be driving sales in The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, leveraging his extensive network of contacts in the High Performance Computing (HPC) market. He will be based at ClusterVision's head quarters in Amsterdam.

    "Aldert has an impressive track record in the Benelux HPC market, in particular in Belgium. We are very pleased to have him on our sales team to look after our existing customer and to create new business in the Benelux", said Dr ir Matthijs van Leeuwen, Commercial Director of ClusterVision.

    Aldert comments: "In previous commercial positions I have been competing against ClusterVision several times. I followed their impressive growth and saw them winning important contracts in the Benelux region. I am happy to now join the company to play a proactive account management role for the existing customers and grow the business by bringing ClusterVision's value add, such as ClusterVisionOS, to new customers."

    Prior to joining ClusterVision, Aldert fulfilled several commercial positions within the HPC industry. He worked 8 years for transtec (ttec) as account manager, mainly focusing on the Belgian market. More recently he was responsible for SGI's sales operations in the Benelux where he won major contracts with key customers. Aldert is fluent in Dutch and French.

    About ClusterVision

    ClusterVision is specialist in the design, implementation and support of small- and large-scale computer clusters. Their clustering technology provides a cost-effective alternative to traditional supercomputers by connecting multiple computers to form a unified powerful computing system. ClusterVision's team of experts has designed and built some of the largest and most complex computational, storage and database clusters in Europe. With a background in applied scientific research and practical experience with a wide range of HPC technologies, the team understands customers' requirements and provides tailor-made solutions. ClusterVision has offices in Amsterdam, Gloucester (UK), Munich, Paris, Geneva, Milan, Oslo and Madrid.

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