Hypertec acquires Cloud.ca
This new entity expands Hypertec’s offering to address the accelerated demand for remote collaboration and Canadian cloud-based solutions.
Technology / IIoT
MONTREAL— Hypertech announced the acquisition of cloud.ca to form the Hypertec Cloud business unit. This new entity expands Hypertec’s offering to address the accelerated demand for remote collaboration and Canadian cloud-based solutions.
Through a unified interface, Hypertec Cloud will deliver a wide array of workload-tailored bare metal, virtual machines and container services through a private, secure and intuitive platform for customers seeking to consolidate their infrastructure management as one.
“We are delighted to welcome cloud.ca to the Hypertec family and we expect that this strategic acquisition will accelerate Hypertec’s growth in a booming sector of our industry,” said Robert Ahdoot, CEO of Hypertec Group, in a company statement.
“We are also pleased to welcome Richard Lampron as the leader of this new business unit as well as to our overall Corporate leadership team.”
As President of Hypertec Cloud, Lampron will be responsible for developing the business plan and its strategic execution to position the company for growth.
“I am thrilled to join a team with such high expertise and to welcome cloud.ca. The creation of Hypertec will enable us to offer high-performance platforms that respond to the needs of the artificial intelligence, healthcare solutions, media & entertainment and public sector markets, all while ensuring the integrity of confidential data,” said Richard Lampron President of Hypertec Cloud, in a press release.