Liquid Computing’s Brian Hurley Wins Next-Generation Executive Award

Liquid Computing’s Brian Hurley Wins Next-Generation Executive Award











Los Altos, CA & Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) April 5, 2007

Liquid Computing Inc., a developer of a new class of scalable computing system, congratulates its CEO and founder Brian Hurley for his recognition as OCRI’s Next-Generation Executive. The Ottawa Centre for Research and Innovation (ORCRI) award, presented last night, distinguishes Hurley as an individual who has guided Liquid Computing to success in less than five years.

“The Ottawa technology community is proud of Brian Hurley and his commitment to excellence,” said Jeffery Dale, President and CEO, OCRI. “Brian is a great example of the leadership and innovation that is found here in Ottawa. He plays an active role locally and is a strong ambassador for our city to the rest of the world.”

Winning Next-Generation Executive validates Hurley’s original vision for the company to bring disruptive change to the computing market and to create an innovative work environment. Since 2003, under Hurley’s direction, the Liquid Computing team has developed an entirely new class of server architecture to solve the performance issues associated with traditional architectures.

“Liquid Computing has marked significant milestones in its first four years,” said Brian Hurley. “We have done this by focusing on three goals – having the best team, delivering the best product, and doing the best we can for our customers. I thank our team for providing me with the means to be recognized by OCRI this year.”

For more information about the OCRI Awards please visit http://www.ocri.ca.

About Liquid Computing

Liquid Computing Inc. is first to deliver a new class of computer system called LiquidIQ™ to meet the needs of scalable computing users within Enterprise High Performance Computing and Software as a Service markets. LiquidIQ™ is an Interconnect Driven Server that delivers a set of managed computing and communications resources. It can be configured with software commands into one or several cluster configurations, shared memory or cache coherent server regions at best lifecycle economics and uncompromising performance, scalability and availability. For more information, visit http://www.liquidcomputing.com.

For more information:

Corporate

Andy Church

Liquid Computing

613-592-2666 ext 212

Media

Cerys Goodall

High Road Communications

613-236-0909 ext 184

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Liquid Computing’s Innovation Honored by IEEE

Liquid Computing’s Innovation Honored by IEEE










Ottawa, Canada (PRWEB) October 25, 2006

Liquid Computing Corp. today announced that it has received an award of innovation for the development of its new class of scalable computing system LiquidIQ at last night’s IEEE Ottawa Section annual general meeting. The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) AGM focused on the recent developments and new challenges in science, technology and innovation.

“Leading up to the general availability of our LiquidIQ Interconnect Driven Server we are honored to receive this prestigious recognition from IEEE,” said Brian Hurley, CEO and President of Liquid Computing. “Our customers and early adopters have been quick to embrace the innovative approach we have taken to solve their scalability and flexibility challenges. This award further validates that LiquidIQ is poised to bring disruptive change to the computing market.”

The Liquid Computing team has remained focused on developing a new class of server that exploited new technologies and applied best practices that had been perfected within the telecom sector. The LiquidIQ Interconnect Driven Server is designed to eliminate the communication and control bottlenecks that are pervasive in datacenters and carrier offices today. Since it converges computing, networking and broadband technologies into a new system, it fundamentally alters the underlying form, function and economics of scalable system deployment.

IEEE is the largest professional organization in the world with over 370,000 members in more than 150 countries. Members include engineers, scientists, and students of related disciplines in its ranks. A non-profit organization, the IEEE’s mandate is to organize technical activities, foster the career development of its members, and promote local community.

The IEEE Ottawa Section has over 2,200 members. With 19 Chapters, the Ottawa Section has nine committees, three affinity groups and three student branches. The IEEE Ottawa Section has been active and successful in organizing technical meetings, several of them using IEEE Distinguished Lecturers Program. For more details please visit http://www.ottawa.ieee.ca.

About Liquid Computing

Liquid Computing Corporation is first to deliver a new class of computer system called LiquidIQ to meet the needs of scalable computing users within Enterprise High Performance Computing and Software as a Service markets. LiquidIQ is the world’s first Interconnect Driven Server that delivers a set of managed computing and communications resources. It can be configured with software commands into one or several cluster configurations, shared memory or cache coherent server regions at best life-cycle economics and uncompromising performance, scalability and availability. For more information visit http://www.liquidcomputing.com.

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