SOURCE: Angstrom Technologies Corp

April 28, 2008 16:01 ET

Angstrom Microsystems Corp.™ Continues Its Massive Deployments at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Angstrom's Fourth Year in Deploying Million Dollar Deployments at NIH

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - April 28, 2008) - Angstrom Microsystems Corp. (OTCBB: ANGS), a green computing solutions company, announces today that the National Institutes of Health has continued deployment of Angstrom Titan64 SuperBlade™ high performance computing blades for basic biology research. Angstrom blades are energy efficient computers powered by AMD (NYSE: AMD), Opteron™ processors to provide maximum performance.

Angstrom has deployed over 1000 servers into the main NIH facility in Bethesda, MD. NIH chose these servers because not only are they very high performing and reliable, Angstrom further provides proven quality of service in maintaining these systems.

Angstrom Microsystems specializes in Green Computing solutions, providing blade servers and workstations uniquely designed for the special effects industry. With both hardware and software solutions to reduce the power needed to drive computing, Angstrom reduces the number of machines required to facilitate these tasks and thereby saving companies significant investments into additional servers at the same time reducing the energy required to run these servers.

"The NIH sets the table for the American drug discovery and bio-informatics industries," said Lalit Jain, CEO of Angstrom Microsystems. "Angstrom is proud to be selected annually to deliver high performance cluster solutions for NIH."

To view the NIH Biowulf cluster, please click on the link provided: http://www.usetdas.com/maps/angstrom/angstromNIH.pdf or go to http://biowulf.nih.gov/. Please note Angstrom's logo on the rack.

About Angstrom Microsystems Corp. (www.angstrom.com)

Angstrom is one of the top Green computing companies, providing technology solutions ranging from liquid-cooled blades to acceleration software in order to help reduce the power requirements of datacenters. Its customers include Rhythm & Hues, Fox Films, Tippett Studios and the National Institutes of Health. Angstrom has earned a reputation for quality, service, and engineering innovation in the AMD Opteron processor-based system market. Angstrom has the world's only quad-capable GPU blades running Nvidia™ cards. See Angstrom Microsystems in the end credits of Blue Sky Studios "Ice Age: The Meltdown."

AMD, the AMD Arrow Logo, AMD Opteron, and combinations thereof are trademarks of Advanced Micro Devices, Inc.

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