STOCKHOLM SWEDEN – March 29 2008: Arctic Region Supercomputing Center Alaska (ARSC) USA has chosen Roxen CMS from Swedish vendor Roxen Internet Software for running the organization’s websites.
As an allocated distributed center under the Department of Defence’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program ARSC is considered a leader in supporting scientific analysis research and discovery of Polar Regions with state-of-the-art high performance computational resources.
“We’re thrilled that an organization with the computational skills of ARSC has chosen Roxen CMS. The selection of Roxen CMS as a key software solution for ARSC’s extensive Web-related needs is a great vote of confidence in the capabilities of our software” says Staffan Ekholm CEO at Roxen Internet Software.
About Arctic Region Supercomputing Center
The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center serves the computational needs of the University of Alaska and the Department of Defense (DoD) as a Shared Resource and Allocated Distributed Center (DC) within the DoD s High Performance Computing Modernization Program (HPCMP). The center has been serving the computational needs of the academic and DoD community since 1993. ARSC computational systems and resources include a wide range of high performance computing storage and visualization technology. ARSC is poised to meet northern challenges with global solutions. The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center is located on the Fairbanks campus of the University of Alaska (also a Roxen customer) and the organization is a research institute of the university.
About Roxen Internet Software AB
Roxen develops the products Roxen Editorial Portal and Roxen CMS and is a pioneer in web based product development since 1994. Customers include Princeton University Verizon Metro International Bonnier Tidskrifter RTL Nederland and de Telegraaf Tijdschriften Groep. Roxen has offices in Sweden and the Netherlands. Roxen’s many international awards include “Best of Comdex”.