About Us

Pixel Science Inc. of Roslyn, New York, was founded in 1991 by president Mr. Chen in conjunction with five affiliate companies. Today, they earn a combined multi-million dollars in annual sales.

In 1992, they pioneered in AS/400 imaging technology with the release of their first software product. QuickImage AS/400 for Windows quickly became the top imaging product in its field. In September of 1995, they successfully released their second software product, QuickSpool for the AS/400, mastering the field of report management as well. Throughout the years, Pixel Science has worked continuously to not only improve their current software products, but also design new products to meet the needs of AS/400 users.

In 1997, QuickPro, a revolution in the AS/400 industry was added to Pixel's growing family of software products.  In 2000, Pixel announced the 3D picture enabling services and hosting for the Internet e-commerce business.   

In 2004, Mr. Chen, president and the inventor, received the patent for "Method and apparatus for creating and displaying interactive three dimensional computer images."

In 2018 Pixel announced QuickPace (Pixel Open File), a solution for iSeries user to open a PC file or webpage in a seamless quick and easy way.

Pixel Science proudly offers these software products as well as a variety of services, including: IT department turn key solution, consulting service, database management service, Internet/Intranet/Extranet service etc... We are the most comprehensive AS/400, iSeries, computer system/application solution provider around.

Awards received:

         2003 - iSeries News APEX Awards the Editors' Choice finalists in the Document

                     Management category.

         2000 - The Long Island Software Award Finalist.

         1999 - Midrange Technology Showcase Product Excellence Award Finalist.

         1997 - Certificate of Merit from New York State Member of Assembly Steven L.


         1997 - The Long Island Software Award Finalist.

         1996 - Midrange Systems' Buyers Choice Award Winner.


Method and apparatus for creating and displaying interactive three dimensional computer images.  U.S. Patent No. 6,762,755.