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Sabalcore’s High Performance Computing On-Demand Services Selected by Analytical Services, Inc. to Design Aerospike Nozzles for Next Generation Missile Interceptors — Press Release

Sabalcore’s High Performance Computing On-Demand Services Selected by Analytical Services, Inc. to Design Aerospike Nozzles for Next Generation Missile Interceptors

ORLANDO – Sabalcore, a provider of high performance computer (HPC) on-demand services, was selected by Analytical Services, Inc. (ASI), a U.S. Department of Defense Missile Defense Agency subcontractor, to design aerospike nozzles for future missile systems. Aerospike nozzles have a significant performance advantage over traditional bell nozzles. As enemies of the United States develop offensive weapons with more and more capability, future missile defense interceptors (like PAC-3, THAAD, etc.) will naturally be required to have more and more performance.

“Using Sabalcore’s HPC on-demand services, ASI was able to access our powerful Linux clusters designed to quickly run compute intensive applications, including ASI’s computational fluid dynamics (CFD) application, while at the same time cutting costs significantly.” said John D. Van Workum, president at Sabalcore Computing, Inc.

“CFD is critical to our design efforts, which means that we cannot complete that design without Sabalcore’s Linux cluster. We, like many small businesses, cannot afford the luxury of buying and maintaining our own.” said Joseph Sims, Ph.D. technical director at Analytical Services, Inc.

“Without the Sabalcore Linux clusters available to us, we could not hope to support our design efforts with CFD running on a serial computer (e.g., a desktop workstation). Comparing the cost of buying access to Sabalcore clusters to buying, maintaining and replacing our own cluster is overwhelmingly in favor of Sabalcore. They truly represent a huge cost savings to us and to our customers.” said Sims.

Sabalcore is a client company of the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubation Program in the Central Florida Research Park.

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About Analytical Services, Inc.:

For over 17 years, ASI has been helping government customers achieve program success. Bringing new ideas through innovative management and technical solutions, government customers are gaining the biggest advantage of all – improved bottom lines in the areas of operational efficiency, cost reductions, and more.

About the UCF Business Incubation Program:

Since its founding in 1999, the UCF Business Incubation Program has helped more than 140 emerging companies (including 90 current clients) create over $800 million in annual revenue and more than 1600 new jobs with an average salary of $59,000. With seven facilities across the Greater Orlando community, the Incubation Program is a collaboration in economic development between the University of Central Florida, Orange County, the City of Orlando, Seminole County, City of Sanford, the City of Winter Springs, Lake County, the City of Leesburg, Osceola County, The City of Kissimmee, the City of St. Cloud and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. For more information, please visit www.incubator.ucf.edu.

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Sabalcore Computing Inc. Wins One-Year Contract to Provide Online Cluster Computing Services to U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center — Press Release

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Sabalcore Computing Inc. Wins One-Year Contract to Provide Online Cluster Computing Services to U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center

ORLANDO, Fla. (Nov 19, 2009) — Sabalcore Computing, Inc., formerly known as Tsunamic Technologies, was recently awarded a one-year contract to provide high performance cluster computer services, system management and technical support to the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) Geophysics Branch at China Lake, located in the northeast of California’s Mojave Desert.

John Van Workum, president and chief executive officer of Sabalcore Computing, Inc., said Sabalcore will provide access to its high performance Linux cluster of computers over the Internet.

NAWCWD will utilize the cluster computer network to calculate atmospheric modeling applications, including the Navy’s Coupled Ocean/Atmosphere Mesoscale Prediction System (COAMPS®), COAMPS On-scene (COAMP-OS®), and the Weather Research and Forecasting Model (WRF), Van Workum said.

“Sabalcore’s cluster computing networks were specifically designed to provide the enormous volume of computing power such complex calculations require at a fraction of the cost of in-house servers,” Van Workum said.

Sabalcore’s cluster computing networks have played a key role in computer aided engineering, oil and gas exploration, weather modeling and prediction, genomics, helping communities predict the spread of infectious diseases, and modeling the benefits and effects of experimental pharmaceuticals.

Sabalcore is a client company of the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubation Program in the Central Florida Research Park in east Orlando.

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For more information, contact:

John D. Van Workum, President Sabalcore Computing, Inc. 877-492-8027; [email protected]

Carol Ann Dykes, Site Manager, UCF Business Incubation Program, 407-882-0211, [email protected]

Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications, 407-644-4142 or [email protected]

About the UCF Incubation Program:

Since its founding in 1999, the UCF Business Incubation Program has helped more than 130 emerging companies (including nearly 80 current clients) create over $500 million in annual revenue and more than 1600 new jobs with an average salary of $59,000. With six facilities across the Greater Orlando community, the Incubation Program is a collaboration in economic development between the University of Central Florida, Orange County, the City of Orlando, Seminole County, the City of Winter Springs, The City of Sanford, Lake County, the City of Leesburg, and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. For more information, please visit www.incubator.ucf.edu.

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Industry-Leading Sabalcore, Inc. Opens New Data Center in Melbourne to Substantially Increase Computing Capacity — Press Release

Industry-Leading Sabalcore, Inc. Opens New Data Center in Melbourne to Substantially Increase Computing Capacity

ORLANDO, Fla. — Sabalcore Computing, Inc., formerly known as Tsunamic Technologies Inc., has opened a new data center in Melbourne.

John Van Workum, president and chief executive officer of Sabalcore Computing, Inc., said the new data center will substantially expand Sabalcore’s cluster computing capacity to support new business and improved services for the company’s existing clients.

Sabalcore, which opened in 2000, maintains cluster computing networks that link hundreds of Linux-based computers to provide enormous online computing power to large-scale users at a fraction of the cost of dedicated servers, Van Workum explained.

Recently, Sabalcore won a major contract from the U.S. Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division (NAWCWD) Geophysics Branch at China Lake to provide computing time to power weather modeling and analysis to support battlefield operations.

“Sabalcore’s high performance computing networks were specifically designed to provide the enormous volume of computing power such complex calculations require,” Van Workum said.

Sabalcore’s cluster computing networks have played a key role in computer aided engineering, oil and gas exploration , weather modeling and prediction, genomics, helping communities predict the spread of infectious diseases, and modeling the benefits and effects of experimental pharmaceuticals.

Sabalcore is a client company of the University of Central Florida’s Business Incubation Program in the Central Florida Research Park in east Orlando.

For more information, contact

John D. Van Workum, President Sabalcore Computing, Inc. 877-492-8027; [email protected]
Carol Ann Dykes, Site Manager, UCF Business Incubation Program, 407-882-0211, [email protected]
Larry Vershel or Beth Payan, Larry Vershel Communications, 407-644-4142 or [email protected]

About the UCF Incubation Program:

Since its founding in 1999, the UCF Business Incubation Program has helped more than 130 emerging companies (including nearly 80 current clients) create over $500 million in annual revenue and more than 1600 new jobs with an average salary of $59,000. With six facilities across the Greater Orlando community, the Incubation Program is a collaboration in economic development between the University of Central Florida, Orange County, the City of Orlando, Seminole County, the City of Winter Springs, The City of Sanford, Lake County, the City of Leesburg, and the Florida High Tech Corridor Council. For more information, please visit www.incubator.ucf.edu.

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