entegra technologies inc. is pleased to announce its association with The University of Texas at Austin, becoming a member of the Texas Advanced Computing Center’s (TACC) Science and Technology Affiliates for Research (STAR) Program.
The alignment with TACC and membership in the STAR program demonstrates entegra technologies’ commitment to building academic relationships with quality universities and enables access to unparalleled thought leadership from industry partners and experts. entegra technologies will also have access to enterprising students and interns to develop projects and utilize state-of-the-art labs.
“Our partnership with TACC increases our competitiveness in the marketplace by providing access to some of the most advanced academic research, alliances with top tier corporations and talented students/interns.” said Nancy Shemwell, CEO, entegra technologies inc. “We will also have access to university resources through the STAR program. The STAR program fosters innovation by supporting industrial research and development and providing participants with supercomputing time, technical support, training and collaboration between industry and academia..”
“We are so pleased to collaborate with Texas-based companies like entegra,” said Melyssa Fratkin, TACC’s Industrial Program Director. “Although our resources and expertise are available to the national research community, as part of the flagship of The University of Texas, we are particularly motivated to support entrepreneurs in our home state.”
About entegra technologies inc.
entegra technologies inc. is a cyber security technology and managed services company based in the Dallas/Fort Worth Area. With a focus on defending industrial control systems from increasing cyber-attacks, EntegraBLU™ is an unparalleled cyber security solution, proven and evolved in the intelligence community environment. This highly scalable solution is now ready to be deployed to protect critical public and private infrastructures from a broad array of increasingly destructive and costly cyber-attacks. For more information, visit www.entegrablu.com.
Part of The University of Texas at Austin, the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC) designs and operates some of the world’s most powerful computing resources. The center’s mission is to enable discoveries that advance science and society through the application of advanced computing technologies. TACC invites industry partners from all levels to collaborate and advance innovation through high-performance computing. TACC offers access to systems, software and expertise. STAR enables companies to increase their effectiveness through the use of advanced computing technologies. The program’s main mission is to promote the exchange of information between industry and academia. For more information, please visit www.tacc.utexas.edu.