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December 21, 2007
CALGARY, Alberta, Dec. 19 -- Acceleware Corp., a leading developer of high-performance computing (HPC) applications, today announced that they will host a seismic market launch event: "High Performance Computing for Seismic Data Processing". The event will take place on Jan. 30, 2008, in Calgary, Canada. Acceleware will debut their new seismic processing solution that is harnessing the power of massively parallel processor innovation to deliver compelling performance gains on commercial applications in seismic data processing.
This event will give attendees the opportunity to meet and greet Acceleware partners and customers and hear how Acceleware is pushing the boundaries of innovation by solving today's most complex seismic challenges. Featured guests will include representatives from NVIDIA and HP, and will provide exclusive product demonstrations.
For further information or to register for this event, contact email@example.com.
Acceleware specializes in the development and marketing of special purpose software/hardware acceleration products used to reduce design simulation and data processing run-times of high-performance computing (HPC) applications such as cell-phone design, seismic data processing, printed circuit board design, drug discovery, photonic/communications devices design, oil reservoir simulation, lithography mask design, bio-medical imaging and others.
Acceleware products are distributed by computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided engineering (CAE) software companies to end-users at the world's largest organizations in a wide range of industries. In each vertical market, Acceleware's third-generation board-level and engineering workstation products accelerate simulation and processing algorithms by a factor of 10 times or more, on average, reducing runtimes from multiple hours to minutes. Acceleware is a public company on Canada's TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol AXE.
Source: Acceleware Corp.
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