In this video, Dr. Norm Uren and Dr. Matt Lamont describe how seismic processing with HPC is used to find new oil and gas resources. As reported here on insideHPC, DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) is making great leaps in performance using the Intel Xeon Phi.
We’ve already started to see dramatic improvements in turn-around times when we compare our upgraded machines to those without co-processors. Our time migration now runs more than 10 times faster. Our depth migration runs six times faster. DUG has also seen its Reverse Time Migration (RTM) run significantly faster through this new technology,” said Dr. Matt Lamont, DUG’s managing director.
Looking for more great content like this? The Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC14 New Orleans is designed to be an in-flight magazine custom tailored for your journey to the Big Easy at SC14. Sponsored by Intel, the Guide will feature articles on code modernization.
Table of Contents: Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC14 New Orleans
- Entering the Era of Code Modernization – Welcome Letter from Raj Hazra, Intel Vice President, Data Center Group & General Manager, Technical Computing Group
- Celebrating Year One – the Intel Parallel Computing Center Program’s First Anniversary: A Q&A with Bob Burroughs, Intel Director of Technical Computing Ecosystem Enabling
- Intel Xeon Phi Takes DownUnder GeoSolutions to New Depths
- This is one Show You Won’t Want to Miss: The Parallel Universe Computing Challenge Returns to SC14
- Meet Me at the Hub. The Intel Community Hub – new for SC14
- SC14 Intel Booth Guide
- City Guide: Safety and Transportation Around New Orleans
- Local’s Guide to New Orleans Cuisine
- Leveraging Parallelism on Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessors and Multicore Processor
- Seismic Code Modernization Yields Petascale Performance and Gordon Bell Award Nomination
The Print ‘n Fly Guide to SC14 New Orleans is now available for download.
As a supplement to the guide, we also offer this Sci-Fi Original story by Rich Brueckner: Angels of Silence. We hope you can enjoy it on your flight to New Orleans.