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What we do

At OCF we work with you to meet your high performance data processing, data management and data storage needs.

We adopt a collaborative approach to solving your IT challenges; using products and services from a wide range of specialist technology partners to create the best solution. Our customers come from a whole range of industries, including:

Of critical importance to our success is our ability to design systems that are well balanced in terms of compute power, data management and power consumption. We understand the demands that key HPC codes place upon systems and, in conjunction with our partners, we design systems that are optimised to the requirements of the applications. 

This enables you to receive a well balanced, cost effective system built from industry leading components, integrated by the UK’s premier HPC Integrator and delivered with tailor-made support arrangements to guarantee maximum utilisation.

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Head Office

OCF Plc
5 Rotunda
Business Centre
Thorncliffe Park
Chapeltown
Sheffield
S35 2PG

Tel: +44 (0) 114 257 2200
Fax: +44 (0) 114 257 0022
E-Mail: info@ocf.co.uk

Support:
Hotline: 0845 702 3829
E-Mail: support@ocf.co.uk

The enCORE service is a great innovation!

James Forrest
Virtual Engineering Centre

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