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Sabalcore Computing Has Selected Scalable Informatics as Their Primary Storage Vendor
Date:11/17/2009

Scalable Informatics JackRabbit servers provide high performance storage and networking bandwidth for Sabalcore customers.

(PRWEB) November 17, 2009 -- Sabalcore Computing Inc. has selected Scalable Informatics as their primary storage vendor to provide high performance storage capabilities to Sabalcore customers. "We chose Scalable Informatics because of their depth of experience, excellent service, and extremely reliable products," said John Van Workum, President of Sabalcore Computing.

"Scalable Informatics is very pleased to be selected as Sabalcore's storage vendor, to provide high performance file and block storage capability to users of Sabalcore's computing systems", said Dr. Joseph Landman, CEO of Scalable Informatics.

"Sabalcore provides a powerful and stable computing environment, with no setup time, so that computationally intensive users can get started working sooner. Scalable Informatics JackRabbit servers provide high performance storage and networking bandwidth to users of these systems, enabling them to create and work with as much data as they require, without dealing with traditional storage bottlenecks. JackRabbit is designed to remove limits that arise in many storage architectures, and to provide very high, usable performance, while consistently maintaining excellent reliability," Dr. Landman said.

Sabalcore provides online access to high performance computing systems along with engineering support for a variety of sectors. It also provides a simple and customizable user environment designed to be easy to use for the inexperienced HPC user, yet has all the tools familiar to the power-user. Sabalcore's services have played a key role in weather prediction, computer aided engineering, oil exploration, market analysis, life science, and helping communities predict the spread of infectious diseases.

About Sabalcore Computing Inc.

Sabalcore Computing , founded in 2000, provides on-demand high performance computing services via the Internet for government, commercial industry and academic institutions. The company's business model allows pay as you go access to high performance computing systems which can be used to meet peak requirements or as a complete computing solution. The company website is www.sabalcore.com.

For more information contact John D. Van Workum, President of Sabalcore Computing, Inc. 877-492-8027

About Scalable Informatics

Scalable Informatics is a privately-owned, high performance computing and storage solutions company focusing on delivering pragmatic solutions to computational problems. They design, build, and support high performance clusters, storage and workstation hardware, scalable and accelerated software, and offer support, consulting and development services. The company's website is www.scalableinformatics.com.

For more information contact Dr. Joseph Landman, CEO of Scalable Informatics. 734-786-8423

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