Past Performance and Subcontracts

Here is a listing of projects that SICORP has completed in the past.

OCONUS IT Support and Travel to Ethiopia in support of B-10 activities.

10/01/2017 - 09/30/2022

Labwide IT Logistics, Operations and Facilities services.

06/12/2019 - 12/31/2019

Provide HPC Residency during the installation and follow-on Consultation to users of clusters.

08/29/2019 - 03/15/2020

Provide consulting systems integration for existing classified system

08/15/2019 - 12/15/2020

Bioinformatics HPC “Green” Cluster – design, planning, installation, Integration, and management of Green Network.

10/1/2016 - 11/30/2016

Roadrunner HPC Services – Five SICORP technical staff members for integration, management, administration and user consulting for the Roadrunner Supercomputer.

10/1/2007 - 3/31/2015

Bioinformatics HPC Rebuild “Yellow” Cluster — design, planning, installation, Integration, and management of Yellow Network Bioinformatics cluster.

10/1/2015 - 2/15/2016

Institutional Openstack Cluster – Design, hardware install, cable, and basic configuration, 144 nodes.

3/1/2015 - 4/30/2015

Additional Contracts

  • Los Alamos National Labs $10 million subcontract for Supercomputer file system.
  • Various DoE Lab contracts for services and hardware engagements for ASCI/ASC simulation-related efforts from ASCI Red through Trinity. These engagements of early-adoption technologies have led to the commercialization of FibreChannel, Gigabyte System Network, InfiniBand, Panasas and Lustre filesystems, and NVMe fabric devices.
  • LLNL/SNL contract for inter-laboratory high-speed Wide Area Storage Network.
  • DuPont subcontract to develop and maintain software code used by the US Environmental Protection Agency for deep well injection, groundwater flow simulation, and modeling.
  • Private organization subcontract to debug and assist in parallelizing software code used for fusion reactor simulations.
  • Los Alamos National Labs subcontract for Raspberry Pi cluster used as a development testbed for the upcoming Crossroads supercomputer.
  • Intel, State of New Mexico, and New Mexico Computing Applications Consortium contract to market, operate, and manage the Encanto supercomputer (third-fastest in the world at the time).
  • Los Alamos National Labs subcontract for development of burst buffer technology used on the Trinity supercomputer.
  • Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Command (AFOTEC) at Kirtland AFB to provide classified help desk support
  • Oso Grande Technologies contract to manage Domain Name Systems and IP address space for all K – 12 public schools in New Mexico.
  • Border Patrol Drug Interdiction Center in El Paso to design, acquire, deliver, install, configure, and maintain IT infrastructure and command center equipment for their helicopter pre-mission simulation center.
  • White Sand Missile Range contract for the development and integration of a camera-based missile tracking and image processing/data analysis system.
  • University of New Mexico Arts Lab contract to develop and integrate a motion capture studio.
  • National Science Foundation grant for Digital Pueblo Project, a tele-education project to teach advanced graphics curriculums for the arts and sciences.
  • City of Albuquerque, Window on the Arts, 1% for Public Art Fund contract to develop a weather- and vandal-proof 10’ x 10’ digital presentation system in downtown Albuquerque. We also curated content and maintained the system.
  • Corporation for Public Broadcasting contract to develop the first HDTV/ATSC digital recording, scheduling, and video traffic system for PBS stations nationwide.
  • Gemstar Satellite, TV Guide contract for full HDTV conversion for its studios and satellite upload/download stations.
  • Multiple professional services and hardware engagements in the DOE complex, including Sandia, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, Knolls Atomic Power Laboratory, Brookhaven, Bettis Atomic Power Laboratory, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory.