AMPD Joins Forces with Montreal’s daregraphic to Expand its Presence to Eastern Canada
Posted on April 23, 2020
Tagged as: corporate, video-games
AMPD is happy to announce that daregraphic CEO, Pierre Couture will market and promote AMPD in Eastern Canada as a Sales Consultant. Pierre has been a technology trendsetter and business innovator in the digital media space for over twenty-five years, most recently as Director of Sales, North America for technology integrator, Annex Pro, and prior to that as the lead Account Executive for Media and Entertainment for Lenovo in North America.
AMPD specializes in providing high-performance compute and cloud solutions to digital media companies, including the AMPD Render Service that offers the power of dedicated, priority render instances under exceptionally cost-effective terms. Given the concentration of digital media studios across Eastern Canada, Pierre’s experience, network, and expertise will enable AMPD to service customers in the region more effectively.
Please take a moment to learn more about Pierre in this short Q&A below.
Q: WHY DID YOU JOIN AMPD?
PIERRE: “I love AMPD’s singular mission to eradicate latency. I find AMPD’s strategy to be clear and innovative. I am impressed by how AMPD’s long-term aim is to operate data centres to the highest environmental standards while targeting the entertainment space that I know and love.”
Q: WHAT SUPPORT WILL YOU PROVIDE AMPD AND ITS CUSTOMERS?
PIERRE: “I will be working with AMPD to promote their current low-latency solutions and to help design and build new remote graphic solutions.”
Q: WHAT TECHNOLOGY DO YOU ENJOY WORKING WITH?
PIERRE: “I connect innovative companies and products with early adopters, which is why I love next-generation technology that the world has not yet seen.”
Q: WHAT GETS YOU AMPD EACH DAY?
PIERRE: “The future.”
Q: WHAT IS YOUR LIFE QUOTE?
PIERRE: “Curiosity is an addiction that doesn’t need a cure” – Pierre Couture
Q: WHAT IS YOUR FAVOURITE MOVIE?
PIERRE: “Blade Runner, because it is about the future.”