DUG wins CSIRO contract

17/05/2021 - 17:00

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Local computing company DUG Technology has signed an agreement with CSIRO to provide high-performance computing and storage services for two years.

DUG wins CSIRO contract
Matt Lamont says DUG remains focused on developing high-performance computing as a service.

Local computing company DUG Technology has signed an agreement with CSIRO to provide high-performance computing (HPC) and storage services for two years.

West Perth-based DUG will also provide CSIRO Information Management and Technology with support, training, and access to DUG’s HPC specialists to assist CSIRO in using the DUG McCloud storage platform for a 15-month term.

DUG expects the agreements to generate a combined $1.25 million in revenue.

Founder and managing director Matthew Lamont said DUG was focused on delivering high-performance computing as a service (HPCaaS) to analyse large datasets.

“In 2019, we launched our fully integrated DUG McCloud platform that has enabled us to offer HPCaaS, scientific data analysis services and software solutions to a range of scientific sectors, and now to CSIRO,” Mr Lamont said.

“We look forward to partnering with CSIRO and helping them turbocharge their scientific research.”

Mr Lamont founded DUG in 2013. The business made its ASX debut in August last year.

DUG was trading at $1.03 per share on Monday afternoon.

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