17 : Integrated Mass Storage Systems Inc.
Location:Silver Spring, Md.
Annual growth rate:103.59%
2003 revenue:10,506,738
2002 revenue:7,311,336
2001 revenue:4,191,354
2000 revenue:1,446,192
1999 revenue:611,567
Leadership:Howard Byron
Number of employees:17
Web site:www.imss.com
Lines of business:Solution design and integration of storage products, storage management tools, service implementation
Major customers:Health and Human Services Department, Federal Communications Commission, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration
Major contracts/projects:Integrated Mass Storage Systems designed and installed a fast, reliable and scalable backup system for the Health and Human Services Department. IMS was also contracted by the Federal Communications Commission to create a plan for data protection, storage consolidation and site-to-site replication.

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