"Our customers come to us for high-quality, high-performance software offering up-to-date features," said Dan Herold, vice president of Parallel Geoscience Corp. "By working with Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003, we feel confident that our SPW product will provide users a stable, high-performance, seismic processing solution with enhanced functionality and significant additional value."
Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 is Microsoft's official entry into the world of High-Performance Computing (HPC). Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 is an integrated, standards-based compute clustering platform built on top of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions, and empowers customers to harness distributed computing resources to solve complex problems.
"Microsoft is pleased to be working with Parallel Geoscience Corp. to deliver an enterprise-class computing experience to our joint exploration customers," said John Borozan, group product manager, Windows Server Division at Microsoft Corp. "By providing a high-performance seismic processing solution on Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003, Parallel Geoscience Corp. is allowing customers to leverage existing knowledge and expertise into new performance dimensions."
The SPW product is breaking the speed limits of existing desktop solutions for solving complex seismic processing problems. In development and use since 1988, SPW is a full suite of 2D and 3D seismic processing tools for processing data from raw field records to final migrated, interpretable seismic data volumes. By taking full advantage of distributed parallel computing hardware in a desktop environment, exploration teams can shorten the cycle time from seismic surveying to drilling decision.
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