April 1, 2011 – JVHM, Inc. today successfully launched its SCS geosynchronous satellite. This marks the first Stellar Computing Service (SCS) satellite to ever be placed in orbit, putting Stellar Software as a Service (SSaaSy) within reach of those needing a more stable, reliable and expandable service.
Jeff Lambert, President and CEO of JVHM, Inc., stated, “We are certainly very proud to be the firm to pioneer the first Stellar Computing Service. Cloud computing just wasn’t cutting it for us, so, we decided to get our heads out of the clouds and think bigger and longer term. And today our grand plans have come to fruition! We are so excited to be able to take SaaS to a whole new level, SSaaSy!”
Unlike Cloud Computing, which can be fraught with severe updrafts, downdrafts and huge electrical disparities, Stellar Computing exists in a serene environment that has extremely limited outside pressures or forces. So, moving away from the horrifically volatile and unpredictable Cloud Computing, users will find Stellar Computing to be out-of-this-world. Or, as Jeff Lambert says, “Simply Heaven.”
On a related note, Jeff Lambert noted that they aren’t stopping here. His son, Harrison, is in the Aerospace Engineering program at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, and soon will be contributing to the long-term goals of this very exciting, space shattering technology.
JVHM, Inc. is a software development and consulting firm specializing in CRM software and web development (WEBphysiology.com). JVHM, Inc. was founded in 1999 by Jeff Lambert, the founder of Software Solution Specialists.
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