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Yet another Innovative Solution from Angstrom Microsystems Corp. (AGMS.OB)

Wednesday, May 14th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems continually delivers commercial hardware solutions to fit virtually any need. One of these solutions is the Angstrom SuperBlade™ server system. Do not let a relatively small price tag deceive you; this ultra-dense cluster-style server is superior to traditional rackmount systems in nearly every way.

Each “SuperBlade” is mounted vertically to the “SuperNest” enclosure, fitting snugly into rows of thirteen. This allows for a space-saving compact footprint, without sacrificing processing power. The SuperNest provides both power and cooling to the individual processing units; components are “hot-swappable”, granting on-the-fly interchangeability.

Speaking further of the SuperBlade™ server’s flexibility, customers should take note of the fact that the SuperNest can also be configured to house standard rackmount server systems. This enables the incorporation of switches, console servers, and other network implements.

The SuperBlade™ system can be fitted to nearly any size, depending on the user’s specific needs. SuperNests are stackable up to 7 feet high, and can accommodate up to 130 servers per fully expanded unit. Combine this with remote manageability and cost-effective hardware which is easy to maintain, and it begins to appear that Angstrom Microsystems has come forth with another winning product.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Provides High Performance Computing Solutions to Environmentally Conscious Customers

Tuesday, May 13th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS.OB) provides Linux based products to customers demanding high computational power. The company designs, engineers, and manufactures the high performance solutions needed by computation intensive industries such as computer rendering, health and science, high tech, Wall Street, oil/gas, biotechnology and many others. Its customers include Pixar, Conoco Phillips, and Akami. To differentiate itself from competitors, Angstrom has positioned itself as an environmentally friendly solution provider.

To generate the high levels of computational power needed, Angstrom’s customers typically purchase multiple servers employing multiple parallel microprocessors. The multiple server/processor design causes a problem- it generates large amounts of heat. The servers must be cooled to keep them within tight temperature limits so that they operate properly. An insufficiently cooled server system can cause computational and reliability problems for users.

Traditionally, users have placed servers in air-conditioned rooms to keep them cool. As computing power requirements have increased, so has the need for additional levels of A/C to cool the servers. The increasing A/C requirement is becoming more burdensome to the environment.

Air conditioning has two main environmental drawbacks. First, A/C systems (fans, compressors, etc) require a great deal of electricity. Generating the additional electricity requires the increased use of coal-fired or natural gas fired power plants, which in turn increases carbon dioxide emissions. Second, some experts believe that when A/C refrigerant escapes into the atmosphere, as can happen during maintenance, it harms the ozone layer.

Angstrom’s solution to these concerns is to use a water-based system to cool the servers. In addition to being a more efficient cooling solution, water-cooling reduces the need for additional air conditioning, thus lowering carbon dioxide production and reducing other potential atmospheric damage. Angstrom now positions itself as the environmentally friendly alternative in server design. It encourages potential customers to be good global citizens and use Angstrom Green computing solutions to save energy resources, and reduce pollution and global warming.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Launches Greatly Anticipated Angstrom Media Systems Product Line

Friday, May 9th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems is a Boston-based company that has been creating innovative solutions to the growing problem of excessive power use in servers run by large corporations. The company focuses on the development of liquid cooling, ultra-efficient power technologies and acceleration software designed to save businesses substantial amounts in energy costs. These solutions can not only save money, but increase efficiency by cooling large servers and other high energy consumption machinery.

The much anticipated release of the Angstrom Media Systems product lineup has finally happened, to the delight of IT professionals everywhere. Angstrom has gained the reputation as AMD Opteron specialists and their new platforms do not stray from this. The six initial broadcast development platform models are based on AMD’s state-of-the-art 64-bit dual-core Opteron CPUs and Matrox’s multi-channel XMIO SD/HD I/O cards. These provide users with the latest and greatest computational capabilities.

Angstrom’s advances in software, in combination with this hardware, make these systems ideal solutions for application and system developers. They can be used in applications ranging from multi-channel SD and HD television networks and stations, cable networks, satellite uplinks, post production suites and any other professional broadcast facilities.

For all of you who are infatuated with technology, below are some pdf files with all of the technical specs of the six current models being sold by Angstrom Media Systems. They contain a full product description as well as software and hardware specifications of the devices.

http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-12SD_Product_Spec_041706.pdf
http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-12SD-3U_Product_Spec_041706.pdf
http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-12SDHD_Product_Spec_041506.pdf
http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-12SDHD-3U_Product_Spec_041506.pdf
http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-12SDHD-4S3U_Product_Spec_041706.pdf
http://www.angstrom.com/pdf/bdp-24SDHD-4S3U_Product_Spec_041706.pdf  

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Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AGMS.OB) – Think only Cars and Factories cause Pollution? Think Again

Monday, May 5th, 2008

When you think of greenhouse gas pollution, you may picture a car billowing black smoke on the freeway, industrial areas of large cities coughing and sputtering pollutants into a hazy sky, or any number of air pollution culprits. But according to a recent study by McKinsey & Co., the world’s data centers are expected to surpass the airline industry in air pollution.

Humming quietly in the back of nearly every building in America is a bundle of servers, providing the energy for the very things that run our society. Angstrom Microsystems (OTCBB: AGMS) has developed a green alternative to air conditioning for the cooling of servers.

The company’s LiquiCool solution eliminates the need for air conditioning and reduces the amount of wasted energy from 30 percent to 8 percent. The technology is not only environmentally friendly, but also saves companies money, improving efficacy without the need for additional infrastructure.

The Angstrom LiquiCool system spares more than 80 cents out of every dollar cooling data centers; with a non-angstrom cooling system, more than 60 cents of every dollar goes to waste. The company’s various cooling systems improve a data center’s efficiency and functionality.

According to recent studies, computer servers are used at only 6 percent of capacity, while data centers are used at 56 percent of peak performance. As the world looks to the streets for green alternatives, Angstrom Technologies focuses on the quiet culprits.

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Angstrom Microsystems Corp’s (AGMS.OB) New Symbol Reflects Completion of Recent Merger

Saturday, May 3rd, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems Corp. (AGMS.OB), a green computing solutions company and manufacturer of high-performance data center and workstation solutions and computers, recently announced that its stock symbol has changed from ANGS to AGMS as per the requirements of the NASD rules based on the company’s recent merger.

Utilizing state-of-the-art certified environmentally friendly fluid that is not electrically conductive and will not interfere with operations, Angstrom’s liquid cooling technology provides dual-processor solutions that stay cool and can help distribute processes to enable optimal performance. Angstrom is currently developing its next generation solutions based on feedback from Yahoo, Credit Suisse, Industrial Light & Magic and other tier one customers.

Combining both hardware and software solutions to decrease the amount of power needed to drive computing, Angstrom software solutions reduce the total number of machines needed to perform calculations. In addition, the company’s servers have a highly reliable track record of excellent quality and consistent service. Angstrom strives for excellence in performance and reliability, and has earned a reputation for quality, service, and engineering innovation in the AMD Opteron processor-based system market.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Shows its Environmentally Friendly Side

Friday, May 2nd, 2008

Angstrom Technologies (OTCBB: AGMS) has joined in the quest for green alternatives, an emerging trend that seems to have worked its way into nearly every industry and sector. From vehicles and homes to electronics, this growing trend for energy-saving solutions is rising. Angstrom has launched its Green Computing Initiative to deliver greater efficiency to computer data centers, enabling them to use less electricity without the need for new facilities.

According to the company, about 30 cents of every dollar spent on electricity in a data center is used to power air conditioning to cool servers. As each server is cooled, between 50 and 100 watts are used to circulate air through the server, and up to 40 percent of power is lost through the transformation and transmission.

Put simply – with the Angstrom LiquiCool solution, the use of air conditioning is eliminated. The system increases usable computing nearly 50 percent more than non-Angstrom air cooling, dropping wasted air conditioning from 30 percent to 8 percent.

With a non-Angstrom cooling system, more than 60 cents of every dollar spent on cooling solutions is wasted. Using Angstrom’s LiquiCool solution, less than 20 cents go to waste. This results in day-to-day savings for a company’s operations using existing infrastructure.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) to Present at Boston’s Corporate Forum Luncheon

Wednesday, April 30th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS.OB), a systems company providing custom server solutions and services, will be the main speaker at a luncheon presentation coordinated by the Corporate Forum on May 1, 2008. The luncheon will be held at the Langham Hotel in Boston, Massachusetts at noon.

The Corporate Forum is an organization that provides companies with a platform to speak to a large cross-section of professionals in the investment community. Typical audiences to the Corporate Forum range from 25 to 100 and include registered representatives, institutional portfolio managers, independent money managers, and buy/sell side analysts.

The Corporate Forum meetings are organized and hosted by local investment community representatives in cities throughout Canada and the United States, including Baltimore, Minneapolis, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Chicago, and New York. The meetings last for less than an hour and a half and include a reception, a half-hour presentation, and a 15-minute Q&A session.

Reservations to attend the meeting can be made by email, phone, or fax. Emails should be sent to corpforum@aol.com. Silvia Jorgensen or Johanna Marjanovic can be called directly at 978-368-1133 or 800-488-7276. Faxes should be sent to 978-287-5765. Please make sure to include your name, address, phone/fax, and company information when making your reservation.

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Angstrom Microsystems Corp. (AGMS.OB) Continues Its Massive Deployments at the National Institutes of Health (NIH)

Monday, April 28th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems, a green computing solutions company, announced that the National Institutes of Health (NIH), an agency of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, and one of the world’s foremost medical research centers, has continued to deploy Angstrom’s Titan64 SuperBlade ™ system to further its basic biology research.

The SuperBlade™ is Angstrom’s high-performance computing blade solution delivering optimum energy efficiency. This system is powered by AMD’s Opteron ™ processors, which deliver maximum performance to large data centers. Angstrom has deployed over 1,000 of these servers in the main NIH facility in Bethesda, MD, assisting NIH researchers in discovering cures and solutions to some of today’s most troubling ailments in demographics ranging from teenage drinking to elder care.

NIH chose the Angstrom SuperBlade™ systems not only for their high performance and reliability, but because Angstrom has a demonstrated history of providing quality installation and equally high standards in the maintenance of their systems.

Angstrom, under its flagship SuperBlade™ solution, provides blade servers and workstations for a variety of industries, with each installation modified to best serve the industry in question. Working with the special effects industry, Angstrom provides both hardware and software solutions which address the need for intense, high-energy computing while still addressing power usage concerns. By employing accelerations software, Angstrom installations reduce the number of machines needed to complete a task, thereby saving companies significant costs both for the additional machines that would have been necessary with another company’s installation, and the energy costs to run these additional machines.

Referring to the NIH installation, Lalit Jain, the CEO of Angstrom Microsystems, said, “The NIH sets the table for the American drug discovery and bio-informatics industries, and Angstrom is proud to be selected annually to deliver high performance cluster solutions for NIH.”

Angstrom, as one of the top green computing solutions companies, includes among its customers such companies as Rhythm & Hues, Fox Films, Tippett Studios, and the above-mentioned NIH, and has earned a reputation as a service-oriented computing solutions company whose engineering innovations, like the quad-capable GPU blades running Nvidia™ cards, lead the way to clean, lean, green computing.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) to Host First Green Financial Forum

Monday, April 28th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems announced that it will be hosting its first financial forum for the advancement of environmentally-friendly data center technologies. The forum will be hosted on the first of May at the Langham Hotel in Boston, Mass. The company anticipates discussing and demonstrating the viability of an array of data center solutions while showcasing its energy saving liquid cooling technology.

Angstrom is currently implementing its liquid cooling solutions while simultaneously developing its next generation solutions, utilizing the feedback it’s receiving from Yahoo, Credit Suisse, Industrial Light & Magic, as well as other prominent companies. The company’s ground-breaking technology features several improvements over the legacy technology currently being used. Angstrom uses non-conducting, non-toxic, environmentally friendly liquid to effectively cool its blade servers.

The company is focused on providing blade servers and workstations distinctly purposed for the special effects industry. Offering both hardware and software solutions designed to significantly save on energy costs, Angstrom reduces the number of machines required to run processing tasks, allowing companies to save significant investments while reducing energy demand.

The CEO of the Company, Mr. Lalit Jain, stated, “Angstrom welcomes it’s Boston-area financial industry invitees to its first Green financial forum. We are excited to foster discussion around environmentally-friendly energy-saving solutions.”

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) is Made Up of a Talented Group of Individuals

Friday, April 25th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS.OB) provides custom server solutions and services that garner the attention of high profile clients such as Pixar, Conoco, Philips, and Akamai. One area that Angstrom specializes in is the Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) Opteron professor platform, which is the next generation AMD microprocessor. Unlike other company solutions, the Opteron is supported by the full line of Microsoft products and can simultaneously run existing 32-bit software along with the newer 64-bit software.

Angstrom is known for its dedication to the highest quality standards in its equipment and services. The company continues to maintain an innovative approach to creating custom engineering solutions for each of its clients. The company’s reputation has been built through its talented and experienced team headquartered in Boston, Massachusetts.

The people at Angstrom strive for professional accomplishments, work to reach their highest potential, and love their jobs. Team members at Angstrom make a difference with their ideas and their unique talents. This drive for excellence provides a rewarding environment where individuals and teams can continue to thrive through the challenges presented by each project.

Due to its steady growth, Angstrom continues to seek highly dedicated professionals in its business operations, including technology, sales, manufacturing, marketing, operations, and finance. To maintain its high standards, Angstrom chooses to select only the brightest, talented, and most passionate individuals in their fields of expertise.

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Small Cap Voice Featured Client: Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB)

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS) has developed innovative technologies to combat rising energy prices. As computers continue to increase in performance, the amount of energy required continues to rise. By using Angstrom’s liquid cooling, ultra-efficient power technologies and acceleration software, businesses can substantially decrease their computing costs by reducing the power needed.

Angstrom has uniquely positioned itself as a Green Computing solutions company, providing environmentally friendly computing solutions that reduce dependence on foreign oils. The company’s solutions stand out from the competition as they require only minimal change to existing hardware and software configuration. The markets targeted by the company are large and growing as the demand for more powerful computing solutions continues to grow.

According to a report from the Lawrence Berkeley National Labs, data center computers use more power than all of the color televisions in the United Stated. Billions of dollars are wasted every year because of inefficient power and cooling systems. Compounding this desperate need for a solution is the increasing demand for higher performance computing squeezed into the same amount of space.

The company has many high profile customers in the Hollywood space, including Pixar, Industrial Light and Magic, Blue Sky Studios, and Fox Films. Other significant clients in various industries include Credit Suisse, DE Shaw, ConocoPhilips, Sega, Matsushita, and EAD Airbus.

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) Offers State-of-the-Art Streaming Media and Content Delivery Services

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB), a manufacturer of high-performance data center and workstation solutions as well as computers, offers industrial strength servers that utilize super cooling technology which allows servers to run error-free and more efficiently. In fact, Angstrom’s high-performance server solutions fuel streaming media and fast content delivery — I/O. The company’s GigE solutions run on 64bit/66MHz PCI bus technology.

Utilizing state-of-the-art, certified environmentally friendly fluid that is not electrically conductive and will not interfere with operations, Angstrom’s liquid cooling technology provides dual-processor solutions that stay cool and can help distribute processes to enable optimal performance. Angstrom servers are designed to stay cool even in non-air conditioned data clusters, found in many data centers located in developing countries.

In addition, the company’s servers have a highly reliable track record of excellent quality and consistent service. Angstrom strives for excellence in performance and reliability. Angstrom engineers select high-quality components as the first step in creating server solutions that perform to maximum potential. After completing a stringent selection process and careful assembly, the company subjects its servers to rigorous testing for days before deployment in the field.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Presents a Breakthrough in Algebraic Computing Technology

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems made an announcement today, heralding the development of the xBlas™ software system. This new product will enable the 300x acceleration of computing within the Altas Blas™ linear algebra library system, greatly reducing the amount of hardware needed to effectively run the software. This saves on associated data-center maintenance and electrical costs.

Atlas Blas is an industry standard in many sectors, with several applications ranging from automotive design, to solar energy-harvesting solutions. Angstrom, a company focused on providing ‘green’ computing products, has made significant headway in that arena with this new project.

One of the most compelling features of the xBlas system is that it allows users of Atlas Blas to make the transition without altering their existing implements. In addition, data shows that a calculation which would’ve taken more than two minutes on the original software can now be performed in just a fraction of a second.

“Angstrom is excited to provide an Altas Blas compatible library that not only blows the doors off of existing performance numbers, it is designed to fit hand-in-glove with any existing customer software without any significant modifications,” said Lalit Jain, CEO of Angstrom Microsystems, “Angstrom has done the work to go the last mile, enabling the customer to rapidly deploy xBlas with their existing code base.”

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Intel Corp. (INTC) Reports Better than Expected Results; Strong Demand for High-end Servers

Thursday, April 17th, 2008

Intel announced that the demand for its chips was, “solid” during the first quarter of this year, which subsequently eased rising fears that the somewhat weak economy was beginning to affect the technology industry. The Chief Executive, Paul S. Otellini stated, “The first quarter marked a very good start to 2008.” The results, he added, “demonstrate a strengthening core business and a solid global market environment.”

The company particularly noted the strong demand for its high-end servers, especially in North America. This strong demand for high-end servers is also advantageous to companies such as Angstrom Microsystems, which is focused on engineering and manufacturing high-performance computers. Unlike other server manufactures, however, Angstrom offers green computing solutions that significantly reduce electricity usage, thereby saving corporations thousands of dollars.

The green computing approach is not new to the company. Back in 2006, Angstrom announced a breakthrough technology that could reduce air-conditioning needs by more than 75%. The technology, called AMS LiquiCool, not only saves exuberant air-conditioning costs, but also extends the lifespan of existing data centers with little, if any, modification.

Commenting on his company, CEO Lalit Jain stated, “Angstrom is providing exciting, disruptive technology that strikes at the heart of our customers’ air-conditioning and power concerns. With our patent-pending cooling solutions, Angstrom enables scaling of high volume deployments with the most current processors the market has to offer.”

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) Provides Rendering Solutions for Blue Sky Studios(TM) Hit Animation Feature Film “Horton Hears a Who”

Tuesday, April 15th, 2008

Angstrom Technologies Corporation (AGMS.OB) announced that Blue Sky Studios utilized the Angstrom Titan64 SuperBlade™ rendering blades during the production of its latest animation hit “Horton Hears a Who.” The Angstrom blades are energy-efficient computers utilizing the AMD Opteron™ processors, which provide maximum performance. Blue Sky Studios, a Fox™ Entertainment company, is using the Angstrom Titan64 computers to facilitate the more efficient generation of movie animation.

Carl Ludwig, Chief Technology Officer of Blue Sky Studios, said, “Angstrom’s ability to quickly deliver quality AMD Opteron processor-based blade solutions and provide technical assistance enabled us to easily manage and expand our growing requirements for the film.”

Director of North American Marketing at AMD, Gary Bixler added,” AMD is pleased to work with Angstrom Microsystems and Blue Sky Studios to provide the latest in high performance solutions geared towards the animation market. Angstrom’s use of AMD Opteron processors with industry-leading performance-per-watt helps provide a low power Green Computing solution without sacrificing performance.”

Angstrom Technologies is a green computing solutions firm that specializes in providing blade servers and workstations to high volume office spaces such as call centers and special effects facilities. Angstrom is able to apply its software solutions to increase the efficiency of companies’ current systems. Angstrom is then able to apply its hardware solutions to reduce the number of servers needed and increase the efficiency of its cooling systems. The application of the Angstrom solutions decreases company’s investment in additional servers and decreases the energy requirements of a facility.

CEO of Angstrom, Lalit Jain, stated, “Angstrom is proud to continue its close relationship with Blue Sky Studios, one of the premiere animations houses creating some of the most innovative movies today. Angstrom has tailored its energy efficient solutions for the creative needs of Blue Sky Studios animators and post production facilities and is glad to continue its relationship since Blue Sky’s last success with ‘Ice Age: The Meltdown,’ where Angstrom servers were also deployed.”

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SmallCapVoice.com Announces Coverage of Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AGMS.OB) and an Audio Interview with CEO Lalit Jain

Monday, April 14th, 2008

SmallCapVoice.com announced today that it has initiated coverage on Angstrom Microsystems. Along with a detailed investor fact sheet, the website has also posted an audio interview with Lalit Jain, the CEO of Angstrom Microsystems. The brief interview can be streamed over the web by visiting http://www.smallcapvoice.com/angs/angs-3-17-08.php.

Angstrom Microsystems is a Boston-based company creating innovative solutions to the growing problem of excessive power use. The company focuses on the development of liquid cooling, ultra-efficient power technologies and acceleration software designed to save businesses substantial amounts in energy costs. These solutions not only save money but increase efficiency by cooling large servers and other high energy-consumption machinery.

The EPA estimates that if all American’s were to leave their TV’s on 24/7, they still wouldn’t use as much energy as all the major data centers combined. This grotesque waste of energy is the target market for Angstrom’s revolutionary products. In addition to saving energy, another major selling point is that only minimal changes are required to reconfigure existing hardware and software for Angstrom’s energy-efficient upgrades. In addition to energy savings, Angstrom clients also have the ability to utilize carbon credits, which are a very important component in this new energy-conserving era.

With current technology available in the industry, up to $0.55 of each dollar spent on servers goes into energy costs. Further broken down, $0.30 of the $0.55 is for cooling the data center and its computer equipment. However, Angstrom’s patent-pending server self-cools via a non-conductive liquid and therefore reduces the amount of air conditioning and electricity used to cool down servers. The innovative technology has the ability to save $0.25 of that $0.30, or about 85 percent.

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) to be Included in S&P Market Access Program

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Angstrom Technologies announced today that its company information will be available through Standard & Poor’s Market Access Program. The S&P program is an information distribution service that allows subscribing, publicly traded companies to have information on their company distributed to users of Standard & Poor’s Advisor Insight.

Angstrom’s information will be accessible through the program. Such information includes share price, volume, dividends, shares outstanding, company financial position, and earnings. The Standard & Poor’s Advisor Insight is used by more than 100,000 investment advisors, providing Angstrom with the opportunity to be reviewed by thousands of investment professionals.

Mr. Lalit Jian, CEO of Angstrom Microsystems Inc, stated, “It’s a pleasure to work with such a well recognized organization such as Standard & Poor’s.To have our corporate information on Standard & Poor’s Advisor Insight will allow us to have additional visibility within the investment community. We look forward to being a company in good standing at Standard & Poor’s.”

The press release also mentioned that the companies subscribed to Standard & Poor’s Market Access Program will be available via S&P’s Stock Guide database, which is disseminated to virtually every major quote vendor. A full description of Angstrom Technologies Corp. will also be published in the Daily News section of Standard Corporation Records. The Standard Corporation Records is a renowned securities manual for secondary trading in about 38 states under the Blue Sky Laws.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc.’s (AGMS.OB) Solutions are Needed in an Array of Industries

Friday, April 11th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems (AGMS.OB) has uniquely positioned itself as a Green computing solutions company. Angstrom helps companies lower the costs of their computing systems by reducing their costs for computing power. Angstrom specializes in the Advanced Micro Devices Opteron processor platform. The Opteron is AMD’s next-generation microprocessor which runs faster 64-bit software.

This new technology has a wide range of uses in a variety of industries. Angstrom, which is also a leading solutions provider of Linux-based open systems, is helping Wall Street lower their in-house computing costs. By using the 64-bit AMD Opteron networked computing technologies, Angstrom improves reliability and performance while reducing costs on large-scale operations.

Angstrom is also providing energy-efficient solutions directly to energy companies. In the search for hydrocarbons, oil companies have turned to 3-D seismic visualization technologies and large datacenters to analyze the 3-D data. Angstrom provides these companies with high density, ultra-cooled designs for their data centers, along with compiler and software optimization for 3-D modeling.

Another area that Angstrom is providing solutions to is the very important, high-end research that requires the use of supercomputers. Supercomputers are being used around the world by universities, national research labs, and corporate research facilities. Angstrom’s vision for scientific computing is to provide maximum computational power in an efficient and compact solution.

With such wide-ranging expertise, it is no wonder that Angstrom has such a wide range of clients. Angstrom’s clients include Conoco, EADS Airbus, Matsushita,Sega, and Pixar among many other high-class institutions.

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Announces QualityStocks.net Coverage

Thursday, April 10th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. will be featured in upcoming Daily Newsletters, Daily Blogs, Message Boards, and the Small Cap Daily Internet broadcasts put out by QualityStocks. QualityStocks has over 600,000 subscribers to The Daily Stock Newsletter, which is a free service that collects data from hundreds of Small-Cap and Micro-Cap online Investment Newsletters and puts it all into one Free Daily Newsletter Report.

Lalit Jain, Founder and CEO of Angstrom Microsystems, has the company focused on reducing computing costs in large data centers. Angstrom’s goal is to significantly reduce the electricity necessary to operate computers by developing unique liquid cooling, ultra-efficient power and acceleration software technologies. Accelerating the performance of each computer significantly reduces the total number of computers needed to perform needed operations, thus saving electricity.

In a recent interview with QualityStocks.net, Mr. Jain stated, “We’re looking at reducing air conditioning costs by providing unique liquid cooling solutions. We can save the consumer anywhere between 20-60% of their total monthly computing costs. The main problem data centers deal with is that the bulk of their costs are in maintaining operation, which includes air conditioning costs and the many inefficiencies that occur as a result.

“To give an example, 30 cents of every dollar spent on electricity by data centers is on air conditioning. That was very shocking to me when I first heard the figure, as it’s a very large number. Through our technology, we can slice the cost to merely 5 cents of every dollar, proving just how powerful and effective our technology is. Our technology can be used for a wide range of industries, anywhere from Fox Films to the National Institutes of Health,” he continued.

Michael McCarthy, Managing Director for QualityStocks.net, commented, “We are very pleased to have Angstrom Technologies as a featured company. The Company is methodically establishing itself as a category leader.”

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) Goes Green with Merger

Wednesday, April 9th, 2008

Angstrom Technologies Corp announced the completion of a merger with Angstrom Microsystems Inc., a “green” computing solutions company. The Company will officially change its name to “Angstrom Microsystems Corp.” to reflect the merger and new company focus.

Angstrom Microsystems Inc. is one of the top “green” computing companies in the United States. It provides a broad range of technology solutions to data centers, which are notorious for utilizing large amounts of power. Some of the solutions include workstations specifically designed for data center usage, a software-based acceleration designed to reduce the number of machines needed to perform tasks, and a unique, liquid-cooled blade system. This combination, of fewer machines with lower-cost cooling solutions, results in greater energy efficiency and significant savings for companies operating large data centers.

Current Angstrom Technologies Corp CEO, Alpha Pang, commented, “I am excited in the new direction our company will take with this merger. We believe we are now able to move the company forward in a positive direction to help create shareholder value. The server market alone is a several-billion-dollar industry; the fact that we believe Angstrom Microsystems Inc., addresses a bourgeoning problem within this industry offers even more value and opportunity to our company.”

Lalit Jain, the founder of Angstrom Microsystems Inc., has been named the new CEO of Angstrom Microsystems Corp., and will lead the merged companies toward a new, green focus. Jain, who attended MIT, has many years of technology experience and led Angstrom Microsystems Inc. to a reported $50 million in revenue since it was founded.

Mr. Jain stated, “I am excited by this opportunity to lead this company and hope to enhance shareholder value by adding Angstrom’s powerful energy-saving solutions. With energy prices soaring to record levels and energy consumption surging throughout the world, Angstrom reduces energy usage in the data center to do more with less. Going green used to mean spending more of your hard earned ‘green.’ However, using Angstrom solutions is an environmentally-conscious way to save your ‘green’ from day one!”

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Solutions Span Computing, Biotechnology and More

Monday, April 7th, 2008

Our world is changing at a rapid pace; advances in medicine and technology alone are outstanding. The speed of the advancing biotechnology industry, in particular, requires high-performance computing, integration and storage. Angstrom Technologies (OTCBB: ANGS) develops high-performance computing servers applicable to scientific and technical computing.

The company’s technology includes Linux servers, AMD Opteron processor-based servers, and storage technologies that focus on the architectural requirements of Life Sciences. Reliability is imperative in any business, and Angstrom’s Dataminer storage systems allow for increased storage capacity and reduced back-up time and delays – all without interruption.

The company’s solutions are applicable to a range of research and development computing applications, and can be useful to national labs, universities and research facilities. Angstrom’s clustering solutions perform numerous tasks for scientific-based computing, such as particle physics analysis, weather analysis, geo-physical research, mathematical modeling, and visual and audio rendering.

Angstrom provides 64-bit AMD Opteron technology; management software for large-scale deployments; and expertise in physics, mathematics and chemical engineering. The company’s vision for scientific computing, as stated on its Web site, is “to provide the maximum computation in a cost effective and compact solution.”

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Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB) Provides High-Performance, Reliable Rendering Solutions

Friday, April 4th, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. (AGMS.OB), a manufacturer of high-performance data center and workstation solutions and computers, offers highly efficient cooling and power systems that save energy costs for large data centers. The company’s state-of-the-art rendering solutions provide high-performance and reliability while mitigating the need to invest in new infrastructure by make the existing infrastructure more efficient.

Angstrom’s rendering services utilize super cooling technology, allowing servers to run error-free and more efficiently. In addition, the company’s dual processor AMD solutions provide highly reliable rendering applications that outperform comparable Intel-based platforms. Angstrom strives for excellence in performance and reliability. The company’s engineers deploy and maintain render farms and assist with software and driver selection to ensure high performance. Selecting quality components is the first step in creating a solution that performs to its maximum potential. After completing a stringent selection process and careful assembly, the company subjects its servers to rigorous testing for days before deployment in the field.

Angstrom not only provides high-performance systems but also utilizes environmentally friendly, highly efficient cooling and power systems that reduce energy costs. The company’s liquid cooling technology reduces overall power consumption and air conditioning costs for large data centers. Unlike most liquid cooling solutions that require chilled water, Angstrom utilizes certified environmentally friendly fluid that is not electrically conductive and will not interfere with operations. Angstrom’s liquid cooling technology is currently in development and is ideally suited for large data clusters.

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Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AGMS.OB) Stock Price Increases 40% in Four Trading Days

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems Inc., a manufacturer of high-performance data center and workstation solutions and computers, offers highly efficient cooling and power systems that save on energy costs for large data centers. The company recently announced the proposed merger with Angstrom Technologies Corp.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Angstrom Acquisition Corp., which has attracted the eyes of many investors.

Angstrom specializes in green computing solutions, providing blade servers and workstations uniquely designed for the high-energy demand data center sector. Angstrom also offers unique liquid cooling and ultra-efficient power technologies that significantly reduce the electricity needed to operate computers in these facilities.

Currently, the delivery of power is highly inefficient in data centers, with up to 50 percent of power being wasted by the time power reaches the motherboard infrastructure. The technology is available for data centers to easily triple computing capacity; however, poor power utilization and archaic air cooling devices hinder this progress. Angstrom provides solutions that mitigate the need to invest in new infrastructure by make the existing infrastructure more efficient.

Angstrom is well positioned to benefit from the current worldwide green technology movement. The company’s stock has traded on high volume over the past couple of trading sessions as investors have begun to take notice of Angstrom’s proprietary technology and its potential in the growing green technology industry.

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Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AGMS.OB) Develops SuperBlade and SuperNest to Provide Flexibility and Efficiency

Tuesday, April 1st, 2008

Angstrom Microsystems, Inc. provides cooling technology to reduce energy consumption and wasted energy in large data centers. The company designed three types of SuperBlades, which are ultra-dense servers designed for super-computing and clustering deployments. There’s the Classic SuperBlade server, HPC SuperBlade Server, and the Creator SuperBlade workstation.

The servers have greater density and quality, and are more easily maintained and managed than traditional servers. The SuperBlades provide power through an internal power connector and is mounted vertically in a row into a “SuperNest,” which is the case or enclosure to mount and cable the SuperBlades.

Thirty one hot-swappable SuperBlades, fans, cables and a PDU comprise the SuperBlade nest. The cooling rack is rack-based, rather than blade-based, which results in the need for fewer fans to cool each server. The nest can hold either SuperBlades or standard servers – offering a flexibility that lets customers switch between networks, consoler servers or other related gear.

SuperNests are like Lego blocks, with the ability to be stacked 5.5 nests high to create the standard seven-inch rack. The nest can accommodate up to 130 servers when stacked back-to-back. The SuperBlades and SuperNests offer cooling with fewer points of failure; are cost effective, using 4 Athlon MP 2400+ processors; are easy to maintain; and are flexible, as the blades and rackmount gear can be placed in several configurations.

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Angstrom Technologies Corp. (AGMS.OB) Announces the Signing of a Definitive Agreement

Monday, March 31st, 2008

Angstrom Technologies Corp. announced this afternoon that it has signed a definitive agreement that outlines the merger of its wholly owned subsidiary, Angstrom Acquisition Corp., with Angstrom Microsystems Inc. (AMI). Once the merger is completed, Angstrom Technologies Corp. plans to change its name to Angstrom Microsystems Corp. in order to accurately reflect its new business direction.

Angstrom Microsystems is a green computing solutions company that is focused on providing blade servers and workstations specifically designed for the energy-demanding datacenter sector. The company also provides software that dramatically reduces the number of machines required to complete a given task. By combining this technology with state-of-the-art cooling techniques, the company significantly reduces energy consumption while preserving high performance computing.

Terms and conditions to be met prior to the closing of the merger include: “(i) AMI obtaining the requisite shareholder approval; (ii) AMI delivering all financial statements required to consummate the merger; (iii) the Company having appointed nominees of AMI and the Company’s President to the board of directors; (iv) the parties entering into certain employment agreements with management of AMI; (v) the principals of AMI licensing certain patents of AMI to the Company; and (vi) the Company adopting a stock incentive option plan for employees and consultants.”

Angstrom Technologies Corp. CEO Alpha Pang stated, “I am excited in the new direction our Company is expected to take with this merger. With the completion of the Merger we expect to be able to move the Company forward in a positive direction to help create shareholder value. The server market alone is a several-billion-dollar industry; the fact that Angstrom Microsystems Inc., addresses a bourgeoning problem within this industry offers even more value and opportunity to our company.”

“I am therefore happy and prepare to pass the reins on to Angstrom Microsystems Inc.’s founder Mr. Lalit Jain, as the new CEO of Angstrom Technologies Corp. to lead Angstrom into a new future once the merger is completed. Mr. Jain is an alumnus of MIT and brings with him numerous years of experience in this sector, as well as over $50 million in revenues since Angstrom Microsystems Inc.’s inception,” he continued.

Lalit Jain, CEO of Angstrom Microsystems Inc, responded, “I am excited by this opportunity to lead this company and hope to enhance shareholder value by adding Angstrom’s powerful energy-saving solutions. With energy prices soaring to record levels and energy consumption surging throughout the world, Angstrom reduces energy usage in the datacenter to do more with less. Going green used to mean spending more of your hard earned ‘green.’ However, using Angstrom solutions is an environmentally-conscious way to save your ‘green’ from day one!”

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