Silicon Wolves Computing is latest Technology Incubator tenant
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Ryan Wolf (right), President of Silicon Wolves Computing Society, explains the extraordinary capacities and potential for his company’s prototype, shown in the lower-right corner, while Dunkirk Mayor A.J. Dolce (left) and Incubator Director Robert Fritzinger look on.
The SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator announced its newest business, Silicon Wolves Computing Society LLC (SWCS), at an afternoon press conference. SWCS is a consumer-friendly, high-performance computing system developer and manufacturer of the most advanced workstations and computer gaming solutions on the market. The high-tech start-up company recently relocated to the Incubator from Anaheim, Calif.
"We are thrilled to be in Dunkirk and affiliated with SUNY Fredonia through the Technology Incubator," said Ryan Wolf, President of SWCS LLC. "This is a great community, and a renowned university, and we are excited about our opportunities for growth.”
SWCS is a computing solutions manufacturer and integrator that conducts research and development in highly specialized computer workstations, desktops, laptops and servers, and in particular, develops and configures dedicated computing solutions for Cloud, Virtualization, High Performance Computing (HPC) and Reconfigurable Computing (RC) environments.
Silicon Wolves Computing Society recently celebrated its one year anniversary on March 9, having had a successful year as a new scientific computing solutions company. SWCS works to offer the most advanced computing resources to the academic research, forensic and scientific communities. This is the first manufacturing company to partner with the SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator.
“The Incubator is all about attracting companies which are poised for substantial growth, and helping them through the process while providing them access to the resources that a nearly 6,000-student institution such as SUNY Fredonia can provide,” said Robert Fritzinger, Director of the Technology Incubator. "I see a strong fit between Silicon Wolves Computing Society, the SUNY Fredonia campus, and the Incubator, and I am anticipating a successful partnership."
The SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator is a university-sponsored economic development initiative that supports entrepreneurs and business start-ups in the technology sector, and related industries. Officially opened in December of 2009, the Incubator is ahead of its growth projections and currently houses 16 start-up companies. According to a recent report by the Rockefeller Institute in Albany, N.Y., the Western New York Region provided 70% of all pure start-ups in the entire state, with SUNY Fredonia’s incubator providing nearly half of these, state-wide. A recent study by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, shows that start up firms are responsible for all net job growth in the U.S.
To learn more, visit www.siliconwolves.net or contact Ryan at email@example.com.
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