HPC Clusters

  • x86/x86-64 Clusters
  • GPU Computing Clusters
  • Intel Cluster Ready Clusters
  • Visualization Clusters

HPC Storage

  • Parallel File Systems
    • Lustre
    • Panasas

Key Executives

The Key Executives of Aspen System Inc. represent more than 80 years of collective expertise in high-performance computing, both in management, sales and engineering.

  • Steve Spring
    Chief Executive Officer

    Steve Spring, CEO and founder of Aspen Systems Inc. in Wheat Ridge, Colorado and Aspen Systems Direct; an e-commerce division of Aspen Systems, Inc. As a seasoned business executive, he develops and mentors Aspen’s talented employees and builds strong business relationships. A conscientious CEO for over 30 years, Steve cares passionately about customers, employees, and vendors. Under his leadership, since 1982, Aspen Systems continues to provide High-Performance Computing solutions to technology leaders, in government, commercial and educational sectors.

    Steve spends his off time with his lovely daughter and resides in Denver.

  • Jaime McIntyre
    Sales Manager

    Jaime’s responsibilities include business development, sales, and architecting and designing complex HPC systems solutions for her many customers. She maintains strong customer and vendor relationships for the HPC Division at Aspen and secured many high profile clients like Lockheed Martin, AFRL, The Pentagon, NOAA and NREL. Over the years, Jaime remains customer-focused, driven to succeed and dedicated to providing exceptional service and support that resulted in gaining the trust and confidence from her customers.

  • Chad Richards
    Systems Engineer

    Joining the team in 2008, Chad brings over 18 years of experience in systems and software engineering, UNIX systems, high speed networking, filesystems, electrical, and HVAC/R. He has worked in a national laboratory with multi-thousand core clusters and installed hundreds of HPC clusters worldwide. Chad is responsible for designing, deploying, and maintaining complex high performance computing solutions, and leading Aspen’s engineering team and development efforts.

  • Edward P. Dennis
    Accounting Manager

    Ed Dennis, a licensed CPA, recently joined Aspen Systems in 2013 as the Accounting Manager for Aspen Systems, Inc. Ed holds a B.S. in Business & Accounting from California State University Northridge. Prior to joining Aspen Systems, Ed owned a successful business for over 20 years. A previous business owner, skilled in finance, distribution, sales and customer service, he remains motivated to reduce expenses and control inventories within Aspen Systems. With over 30 years’ experience managing financial operations; Ed stays focused on steering Aspen Systems, Inc. in a streamlined direction.

    Ed’s recently married with a combined family of five children, four dogs and a cat.

Our professional staff can assist you with hardware and software upgrades on your existing cluster.
Have our engineers remotely assist you with model tuning, upgrades, and maintenance.
Aspen Systems provides on-site and off-site training for all aspects of your HPC needs.
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