LSU 100 Recognizes DQSI as a Fastest Growing Tiger Business
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 28, 2011
Covington, LA– DQSI, LLC announced today that it was selected as an inaugural member of the LSU 100 (http://www.lsu100.com/). The first annual LSU 100 program had to select from hundreds of companies nominated for the program. “As one of the top 100, DQSI is in good company!” said Jarett Rodriguez, LSU100 Associate Director. The 100 honorees include companies from several states as well as locations outside the United States. The former students representing these companies hold degrees from nearly every college within the University. It is an impressive list.
LSU PhD computer scientist Dr. Shelly Stubbs started DQSI in 1998. In addition to serving as CEO, she is an active principal investigator for a 2011 NASA research project involving cloud computing. Dr. Stubbs stated, “It’s an honor to be recognized by my alma mater. Our company has benefited greatly over the years from LSU grads.” DQSI also collaborates with the Louisiana Optical Network Initiative (LONI) which is administered by LSU as well as other partners including University of New Orleans, Ole Miss, Vanderbilt, and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
DQSI, LLC (www.DQSI.com) is Louisiana-based women-owned, 8a, small business, providing exceptional professional services to public and private organizations in the Gulf Coast region and beyond. DQSI conducts research through the DQSI advanced research center (DARC). Today DQSI provides military, civilian, and commercial clients with a full spectrum of technical, management, and research services, including: Information Technology (IT); Cloud & High Performance Computing (HPC) Services; Geological, Oceanographic & GIS Services; Environmental Services; Green Energy Services; and Construction Services.