We’ll be underlining to geophysicists at the conference the real commercial gains to be had from focusing on code performance,” said Robert Rick, Allinea’s VP of Sales, Americas. “HPC is helping the industry to operate more efficiently. The next step is for this market is to use code optimization to speed up the valuable seismic imaging and reservoir modeling processes, which are now essential to this industry.”
Allinea software provides the only integrated suite for code performance with a scalable debugger, profiler and performance reports to help companies get better return from their investment in HPC for geophysics.
Rick continues: “At a time when geophysicists are having to make good with limited resources, we’re enabling companies in the sector to take their efforts further by removing bottlenecks and speeding up imaging.”
“We’ll be sharing some important industry case studies with the audience at Rice and showing delegates how they can harness the power of next generation processors more effectively with our 6 step plan for getting ready for the new Intel Knights Landing processor.”
To find out more, visit the Allinea Software exhibit at the Rice Oil and Gas HPC Conference March 2-3 in Houston.