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Supercomputer Center, SD Technology Launch IT Services Under Sherlock Brand

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    A local small business and the San Diego Supercomputer Center at University of California, San Diego are taking computer services to market using the Sherlock brand.

    The partners announced the name in Baltimore recently at the National Association for Medicaid Program Integrity conference.

    Sherlock can help clients in the health care and government sectors solve their most vexing problems, the team said. Products comply with government regulations for dealing with sensitive data, the partners said.

    SD Technology, which consists of Stacey and Dallas Thornton, is a woman-owned, service disabled veteran-owned business. It makes its home in Point Loma’s Liberty Station development — the former Naval Training Center — which is part of the Historically Underutilized Business (or HUB) zone.

    A third member of the partnership is Chickasaw Nation Industries of Norman, Okla.

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