Aspen Systems was founded in 1982 as a privately held, self-financed corporation. Our mission is to provide the best leading solutions to High Performance Computing (HPC) users and administrators. We conduct all operations and manufacturing in the United States, at our facility in Wheat Ridge, CO. As a current GSA contract holder, ISO 9001: 2015 Certified Facility and ESD S20.20 Certified company, we are proud to service industries where innovation can be found, including key market sectors such as government, education and corporations.
Aspen Systems is passionate about the latest technologies that relate to our industry, and our clients value us for our precision craftsmanship and expert support. We are driven by the contributions we can make to research and science, and we are humbled every day by the breadth and scope of our amazing client base. All of the stakeholders at Aspen Systems share commitment to quality and a passion for leading the way to the forefront of technology. For Aspen Systems, it’s an honor to serve and support our marketplace with personalized, turn-key HPC solutions, offering fully managed on-site and remote services.
Over the years, Aspen Systems has been able to support our claims to excellence by receiving countless awards. In 2002, we were featured on the Top500 list, where our build was the eighth fastest computer in the world. In addition, we have been awarded ColoradoBiz Magazine’s Top 250 Private Companies and ranked on Deloitte and Touche’s Technology Fast 50 Program for Colorado for no less than four consecutive years each. Furthermore, we have partnered with other major corporations, and we have been granted the Lockheed Martin Star Supplier Award, Intel Premier Provider Award, and AMD Platinum Solution Provider Award. This list of achievements gives Aspen Systems the inspiration and encouragement to continue forging to the vanguard of HPC.
Intel Technology Provider – Platinum 2016. HPC Data Center Specialist.
At Aspen Systems we work hard inside to play hard.
Aspen Systems have been working in the industry as CEO/Owner, Engineers, and Sales since the 80s and 90s. The years of experience have taught them how to, not only be successful in what they do but to train others in how to become successful. Even today, our leadership team takes the time to keep abreast of the latest technology trends and participates in training sessions. The leadership team is stern but flexible; courageous but patient; and humble but responsible. They all still wear many hats to get the job done and take pride in the work that they and the rest of the team perform.
At Aspen Systems, our passion isn’t just for High Performance Computing. We also believe in giving back. Many of us have served, or are serving as members of a Board of Directors for multiple charity organizations. Additionally, our company and its employees consistently provide sponsorships for different events and organizations. We are actively involved in the community and our families enjoy participating in charitable events such as; biking, running, walking and triathlons. We aren’t just watching from the stands, but we are on the court, helping to make our communities and professions better.
Easterseals provides opportunities for people of all ages with a range of disabilities to achieve their full potential.
Jeffco Public Schools serves more than 86,000 students in 155 schools, including nine option schools and eighteen charter schools. It is the second-largest school district in Colorado.
Sox Place is a day time drop-in center for homeless young people and provides vet services for their pets.
The mission of the Autism Society of Colorado is to improve the lives of all affected by autism. This includes families, providers, educators, and members of the community.
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Aspen Systems has been donating to the American Red Cross during the Indian Ocean tsunami, Haiti Earthquake, and Hurricane Katrina. The Red Cross volunteers and staff work to deliver vital services – from providing relief and support to those in crisis, to help you be prepared to respond in emergencies.
Aspen Systems, as well as individual team members at Aspen Systems, have been donating to the Salvation Army to provide support for the relief effort helping those effected by hurricane Michael, as well their continued service to our communities.
The Arc of Madison County is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that offers support for children with disabilities and their parents, and acts as an advocate for those with disabilities of all ages. They provide Job coaching and placement, early intervention, day services, and residential help.
The American Heart Association is a non-profit organization in the United States that funds cardiovascular medical research, educates consumers on healthy living and fosters appropriate cardiac care in an effort to reduce disability and deaths caused by cardiovascular disease and stroke.
At Aspen Systems, we are committed to minimizing our impact on the environment. We go further than simply complying with all environmental laws and regulations. We have recycling programs in place to lessen the harmful effects that manufacturing High Performance Computers causes and encourage awareness and communication to all of our stakeholders concerning environmental strategies. We also offer a wide range of sustainable computing solutions, including servers, power supplies, and software that are low-power and high-efficiency. Many of the servers we carry are 80PLUS Certified or better, helping customers reduce the use of nonrenewable resources even after they leave our facility. We review our environmental strategy periodically and make changes when necessary to ensure that we continue to exceed the industry standard. With these practices in mind, it is clear to see that Aspen Systems takes pride in bettering our environment.