Dublin, Ireland, 15Th February 2006 - PolarLake, a world leader in application and data integration, today announced that it has completed the installation of its Integration Suite at Science Applications International Corporation’s (SAIC) Public Safety Integration Center (PSIC).

Located in the Washington, D.C. suburb of McLean, Va., the SAIC’s PSIC is a laboratory, test bed and prototype demonstration facility that is used to illustrate integrated and collaborative systems to potential customers. Presented with scenarios tailored to PSIC visitors' requirements in the areas of homeland security, homeland defense and national security, PSIC staff demonstrate various integrated solutions in areas that include policy, enterprise architecture, systems engineering, information technology, training and prevention.

Using the PolarLake Integration Suite, SAIC's PSIC can demonstrate a full set of capabilities supporting the rapid delivery of multi-agency, standards-based systems for emergency management and response. The Integration Suite delivers a powerful integration platform that supports all commonly used data formats and transport protocols, and automates even complex processes and data integration challenges - eliminating the need for writing complex integration code.

"We welcome PolarLake to the growing list of vendors who are demonstrating their capabilities in SAIC’s PSIC,” said James W. Morentz, SAIC vice president for Homeland Security Technology.

"We are delighted to be part of SAIC’s PSIC and we look forward to demonstrating the significant value of the PolarLake offering to PSIC visitors and potential customers,” said Warren Buckley, CTO of PolarLake. “Our product is already used in a number of significant Government projects and we are confident that as part of the PSIC program PolarLake can continue to expand its presence in this area.”

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