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Lockheed Martin Honors Aspen Systems, Inc. with STAR Supplier Award
Posted by Aspen Systems Inc., Tuesday March 03 2009 @ 05:53PM EST

Wheat Ridge, Colo., March 3, 2009 –Aspen Systems, Inc., a leading provider of custom High-Performance Computational Compute Servers and integrated compute solutions for mission-critical applications, announced it will be awarded the Lockheed Martin STAR Supplier Award this week for top performance as a supplier to Lockheed. The award recognizes Aspen Systems achievements in meeting some of the most stringent quality and delivery criteria in the defense industry.

"We are honored to have received this award from Lockheed Martin," Aspen Systems CEO Steve Spring said. "The STAR Award showcases supplier excellence, and it demonstrates Aspen Systems ability to provide its customers with not only high-caliber products in a timely manner, but also a level of customer service."

The goal of the STAR Supplier Program, which was introduced in 1999, is to enable Lockheed Martin to recognize its top performing suppliers. Lockheed Martin’s STAR Supplier Performance criteria include on-time delivery, quality, affordability, technical competency and responsiveness. Aspen Systems achieved outstanding performance rankings for all products provided to Lockheed Martin.

Aspen Systems has steadily provided Lockheed Martin with computing solutions for defense initiatives for over 5 years.

About Aspen Systems:
Aspen Systems is a leading provider of High-Performance Computational Computer solutions for commercial, education and government markets. For over 25 years Aspen Systems has been serving the high-performance technical computing community with custom computer hardware design, manufacturing, software development, and service. We’ve built our reputation as a leading provider of High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions by providing our customers with the most advanced, custom cluster configurations for specific, user-driven, performance needs. We offer our customers a fine selection of best-in-breed platform offerings, state-of-the-art cluster connectivity alternatives, and some of the most knowledgeable and talented technical support available in the industry. We strive to exceed every expectation our customers demand in state-of-the-art high-performance computing. http://www.aspsys.com


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