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Trek10 builds and manages massively scalable cloud architectures using cutting edge technologies. Headquartered in South Bend, IN, we have a local footprint but operate with a global reach. Today we have customers on four continents and from coast to coast in the United States and a global brand for deep expertise. We are a Premier Tier AWS Consulting Partner with AWS Partner Competencies in DevOps, SaaS, and IoT. We have a focus on designing and building IoT and Serverless systems, DevOps automation, and providing 24/7 support. We are pioneering the future of cloud computing and having a lot of fun while we do it!
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