Axceleon to Demonstrate at the 2003 SGI® Global
Friday May 09 2003 @ 02:14PM EDT

May 9, 2003 -- Sunnyvale, Calif. - Axceleon, leaders in computational grid computing software, announced that it will be attending and demonstrating at the 2003 SGI® Global Developer Conference, which will be taking place May 12-14, 2003 at the newly constructed Marriott Hotel in downtown San Jose, California.

Axceleon, the developers of EnFuzion, a leading computational grid computing software, will be illustrating EnFuzion’s ability to easily accelerate and manage graphics rendering programs, such as Maya® 5 from Alias | Wavefront. EnFuzion offers end-users the ability to significantly accelerate graphics rendering applications by utilizing the power of networked computers.

"The SGI developer conference is a great setting to showcase EnFuzion’s ability to dramatically speed-up graphics rendering applications," said Robert Graziotto, VP at Axceleon. "Axceleon is honored to be attending and demonstrating at SGI’s developer conference."

Axceleon's EnFuzion software utilizes the combined power of networked computers to significantly reduce application execution time. With EnFuzion, users are able to reduce time consuming manual tasks, eliminate errors and deliver results faster. EnFuzion works with Linux, Windows, and Unix based operating systems, and utilizes all available computing hardware, including idle desktops, dedicated servers, rack mounted servers and blade servers.

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About Axceleon:

Axceleon is revolutionizing the high-performance grid computing market with its EnFuzion™ software. EnFuzion gives organizations the ability to automate applications and gain faster computing results with their existing heterogeneous hardware and software computing environments. Whether deployed on dedicated servers or idle desktops across an enterprise, EnFuzion reduces application execution time and delivers a tangible Return-on-Investment (ROI). To learn more about EnFuzion visit

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