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September 11, 2009
Conference to be held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on Monday, September 14
MONTREAL, Sept. 11 -- eXludus Technologies, the leading developer of multicore system capacity management, virtualization and provisioning solutions, today announced that it will exhibit at next week's High Performance Computing on Wall Street conference. The conference will be held at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City on Monday, September 14. eXludus Technologies will present its software solutions at booth #215E.
The continuous expansion of global banking and trading markets places an ever-growing strain on IT infrastructures. Thus, the need for solutions that offer cost-effective scalability is greater than ever. While increased aggregate processor performance is readily available, it has not led to overall increased system performance because most applications are serial designs and cannot process data in parallel across numerous computing processor cores.
eXludus Technologies has developed an intelligent resource allocation middleware -- between the application and the operating system -- that allows unmodified applications to better leverage multicore system potential and automatically parallelize throughput across all cores.
"Our solutions are greatly beneficial to banking and trading firms on Wall Street -- or anywhere else -- that need to better leverage computing resources for superior ROI," said Dale Geldart, COO, eXludus Technologies. "Specifically, our software reduces latency and job runtimes. Additionally, our technology supports 'green' initiatives by offering improved resource allocation," Mr. Geldart added.
About eXludus Technologies
eXludus is the leading developer of multicore system resource management, virtualization and provisioning solutions for data center, cluster and grid deployments. eXludus' innovative "coreware" -- software products that virtualize and manage processing cores -- optimizes system productivity allowing more work to be completed in less time at lower cost. eXludus solutions complement existing infrastructure so customers can instantly benefit from productivity gains without need for application modifications, lengthy deployment cycles or long learning curves. eXludus has sales offices and partnerships worldwide. For more information, visit www.exludus.com.
Source: eXludus Technologies
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