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NJVC, Invertix Announce Cloud Computing Demonstration at GEOINT 2010

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VIENNA, Va. — (BUSINESS WIRE) — NJVC®, one of the largest providers of information technology (IT) solutions to the U.S. Department of Defense, and Invertix Corporation, a proven technology company supporting the United States Intelligence Community, will offer a joint cloud computing platform demonstration at the NJVC booth (#375) at the GEOINT 2010 Symposium, Nov. 1 – 4, in New Orleans. The portable cloud platform is also installed at NJVC Center for Technology Integration – West in O’Fallon, Ill., and an Invertix office in Northern Virginia.

The NJVC and Invertix team will demonstrate both administrative and mission-oriented capabilities enhanced by the power of cloud computing. The effort includes the configuration of an open source software-based distributed cloud platform on innovative green commodity hardware that improves enterprise capabilities while reducing cost. The demonstration will also highlight widget and mashup technologies configured for web-based enterprise search and GEOINT analysis by system end-users on a local cloud platform as well interacting with remote clouds including an NJVC cloud in O’Fallon, the DIA developed Intelligence Community Data Layer and an Invertix cloud in Northern Virginia. “At GEOINT 2010, the on-site cloud platform, dashboard and widgets validate utility cloud platform capabilities in a compelling and tangible manner,” said Dr. Dan Law, Invertix chief scientist.

“NJVC is thrilled to embark on this new relationship with Invertix to leverage the cloud computing expertise and successes of both companies to clients—current and future,” said Jill Bruning, NJVC chief operating officer. “This is the first of many future joint initiatives targeted at growing both companies’ cloud computing practices.”

“We are happy to engage with NJVC in exploring innovative ways to advance client missions by leveraging the power of emerging cloud technologies,” said Craig Parisot, Invertix chief operating officer. “Our delivery approach effectively leverages the strengths of both organizations for the benefit of the GEOINT domain mission.”

Visit the NJVC booth (#375) on the tradeshow floor to experience this cloud computing partnership in action.

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About NJVC
 
NJVC is one of the largest information technology solutions providers supporting the U.S. Department of Defense. The company provides quality IT solutions to the federal government and specializes in supporting intelligence, defense and geospatial organizations. NJVC has more than 1,300 employees and operates in offices in Vienna, Va.; Arnold, Mo.; and O’Fallon, Ill. NJVC also provides distributed technical services to the DoD and the U.S. Intelligence Community around the globe. For more information, visit https://njvc.com/cloud-computing.

About Invertix Corporation
 
Founded in 1999, Invertix Corporation is a proven technology company and an experienced government prime contractor providing technologies and services to the U.S. Intelligence Community. The company maintains major operating locations in McLean, Va.; Las Cruces, N.M.; and Alexandria, Va. Invertix is driven by national priorities with a primary focus in the mission areas of intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance, enterprise information technology and communications mission systems. Invertix was named to the 2010 Inc. 500, ranked number four on the list of 50 fastest growing companies in the D.C. region and winner of the ACG emerging company of 2010. For more information, visit https://cts.businesswire.com/ct/CT?id=smartlink&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.invertix.com&esheet=6491825&lan=en-US&anchor=www.invertix.com&index=10&md5=9100903af0280927f702b73083d1e941.

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Contact:

NJVC
Michelle Snyder, 703-893-7609
michelle.snyder@njvc.com
or
Invertix Corporation
Dr. Dan Law, CTO, 703-813-2100
dlaw@invertix.com

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