STERLING, Va., Aug. 17 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — IceWEB(TM), Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: IWEB),, a leading provider of Unified Data Storage and building blocks for cloud storage networks, announced today that it has been selected as the high performance computing (HPC) storage infrastructure platform by premier channel partner, James River Technical, Inc. (JRTI), for an HPC implementation at DHHS.

IceWEB’s high performance storage solution offers unique capabilities for maximizing performance and integration into supercomputing environments. The IceWEB 5000’s ability to support both structured and unstructured data and multiple protocols make it the ideal platform for data intensive environments looking for a simple, scalable and affordable solution. The initial installation will be implemented and installed by JRTI staff for use in the Center for Disease Control.

“It is all about building a digital footprint right now as every win becomes a multiplier for the future. This is a landmark win as it opens the door to the enormous healthcare vertical,” stated Karl Chen, VP Worldwide Channel Sales and Marketing of IceWEB. “Lifecycle management is quickly moving into a virtualized cloud infrastructure. Healthcare records and images will at some point all be stored in the cloud. The IceWEB 5000 is the perfect fit for partners looking to adopt a strategy for going after the Health Care vertical.”

About IceWEB, Inc.

Headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C., IceWEB manufactures and markets data storage products. For more information, please visit

About James River Technical Inc.

James River Technical (JRT) is a leading provider and integrator of innovative and cost-effective High Performance Computing solutions. JRT, founded in 1988, is located in Richmond, Va. We maintain a nationwide coverage model throughout the US, allowing us to provide a consistent and efficient delivery model for our products and services throughout the country. Contact [email protected]

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