AT Computing Revenue and Competitors

Nijmegen, Netherlands



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  • AT Computing's estimated annual revenue is currently $2.8M per year.(i)
  • AT Computing's estimated revenue per employee is $101,500

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  • AT Computing has 28 Employees.(i)
  • AT Computing grew their employee count by 4% last year.
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Join our large open source family and take advantage of the highest quality courses in terms of didactic construction and technical content. We share our expertise through training, consulting and support within your organization or as managed services. AT Computing (1985) is a knowledge institute in open source technologies: Linux/UNIX, Atop, DevOps tooling such as Ansible, Puppet, GIT version management and programming languages such as Python, Perl, C and C ++. We are an independent training provider and have no liaisons with any hardware or software vendors. We develop and teach professional courses for system administrators, software developers and network administrators and for all professionals who want to grow to professional excellence in these areas. As we are open source pioneers, the content of our courses is based on profound knowledge and experience of our teachers. The elementary level courses are extended to an advanced level. You can join our public classes in Utrecht and meet other peers from the industry or on demand we deliver custom made courses, which will meet your specific requirements.



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AT Computing News

2022-04-20 - Cloud computing has all the momentum, but we still live in an on-premises world for now

... which finds clear momentum for cloud computing going into the near future, but a lot of work until on-premises systems are replaced,...

2022-04-19 - LETTER: Aid supports Lab's effort in computing research

However, research into photonic quantum computing could lead to a breakthrough that would allow information to be carried on photons-particles...

2022-04-13 - Duke Quantum Center officially opens, offering a look at computing's future

by Special — April 14, 2022 . DURHAM – The Duke Quantum Center (DQC) launched in 2020 with the idea of making its quantum computers available to anyone with...

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