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JRTI and Scalable Informatics Form Strategic Partnership
Posted by Doug Parks, Tuesday January 18 2011 @ 10:08PM EST

Richmond, Virginia — James River Technical, Inc. (JRTI), specialists in accelerated and HPC solutions for the higher education, research, government, and commercial market segments, has entered into a reseller agreement with Scalable Informatics (Scalable) to provide Storage and HPC solutions throughout North America.

"Scalable’s portfolio offers our clients outstanding solutions for their storage and computational needs," said Jeff Fettig, Vice President of Sales and Marketing for JRTI. “These solutions are strongly targeted at the data and computationally-intensive workloads that our customers continue to operate and to grow.”

“Scalable Informatics is excited to be working with JRTI," said Dr. Joseph Landman, CEO of Scalable Informatics. "Our two companies bring significant synergies that customers can leverage to help them meet their objectives — and do so cost-effectively, with best-of-breed performance, scalability, and reliability."

Since their initial development, Scalable's storage systems have consistently demonstrated top-notch performance at very aggressive price points. Customers in markets as diverse as Financial Services, Next Generation Sequencing, Medical and Geospatial Imaging, Scientific Computing, Engineering, as well as Media Serving, Animation, and Rendering have relied upon Scalable Informatics solutions to successfully advance their mission objectives while simultaneously reducing their bottom line.

JRTI is immediately offering the JackRabbit™, Delta-V™, and siCluster™ series. As a special introductory incentive, JRTI will provide the first 50 customers to choose Scalable Informatics offerings as part of their solution 1 year of Scalable Informatics Remote Support Option at no additional charge.

About JRTI

James River Technical, (JRTI) delivers (HPC) solutions to the Academic, Government, and Commercial marketplaces. JRTI is focused on delivering HPC solutions that provide the most cost effective path to research discovery and insight. JRTI's coverage model serves clients throughout North America. http://www.jrti.com/bright

About Scalable Informatics

Scalable Informatics Inc. is a proven high performance computing solutions company, delivering pragmatic solutions for computation- and data-intensive problems. A privately-owned company, Scalable designs, builds, and supports some of the highest-performing storage and computing systems, clusters, and workstation hardware available in market. Scalable provides support, consulting, and development services as well as on-demand computing and storage capability. http://scalableinformatics.com

For more information, please contact:

Jeff Fettig
James River Technical, Inc.
4439 Cox Road
Glen Allen, Virginia 23060
Tel: 804.935.0150
jfettig@jrti.com or sales@jrti.com

Joseph Landman
Scalable Informatics, Inc.
7954 N. Lilley Road,
Canton, MI 48187
Tel: +1 734 786 8423
Fax: +1 866 888 3112
landman@scalableinformatics.com


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