ST. PAUL, Minnesota, Oct. 25, 2019 – Hyperion Research’s business tracking the worldwide HPC market has grown rapidly since the company was spun out of IDC in 2017, and the company is actively seeking qualified candidates for four additional positions, CEO Earl Joseph said.
“Thanks to the extraordinary talent and dedication of our current staff of seven full-time professionals and others who help us in Japan and China, our business has substantially expanded in all three global geographies—the Americas, EMEA and the Asia-Pacific region,” Joseph said. “Existing staff can handle the business we have today, but we need additional talented people to support new opportunities.”
Full descriptions for the new positions are posted on www.hyperionresearch.com. The posted openings are for the following positions:
- Senior research analyst, new hardware technologies. This mid-career position will focus on new processors, semiconductors, memory and AI technologies. Requires strong writing and analytical skills, along with moderate travel. Home-office based.
- Senior research analyst, HPC technologies. This mid-career position will help produce analyses of HPC and other advanced technologies, including AI, quantum computing, big data, machine learning, and the cloud. Requires strong writing and analytical skills, along with moderate travel. Home-office based.
- Survey research specialist. Using Hyperion Research-designed questionnaires, this person will conduct interviews by phone and less often in person. Requires excellent interviewing and organizational skills, and occasional travel. Home-office based.
Joseph expects the fourth position to be posted soon.
Interested persons should email a resume or curriculum vitae with cover letter to email@example.com. Hyperion Research will also make times available to meet with job candidates at SC19. All inquiries will be treated in confidence.
About Hyperion Research Holdings
Hyperion Research helps organizations make effective decisions and seize growth opportunities by providing research and recommendations in both high performance computing and emerging technology area. For more information, visit www.hyperionresearch.com and www.hpcuserforum.com.
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