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Progeniq Announces Acceleration of High-Performance Computing Applications Across Industries
Posted by Senthil Kumar, Thursday December 04 2008 @ 04:23AM EST

Launches "Powered-By-Progeniq" Program to provide customized accelerated computing solutions

Redwood City, CA & Singapore - December 4, 2008 - Progeniq Pte Ltd, a leader in accelerated computing solutions, today announced the launch of the "Powered-By-Progeniq" program. Under this program, organizations can engage Progeniq to optimize their computational workflows. Progeniq will profile the applications run on the end-users' cluster to identify bottlenecks and accelerate them on FPGA and multi-core CPU processors.

The optimal combination of Progeniq’s FPGA accelerated algorithm engines and multi-core CPUs offers orders of magnitude of speedup, combined with a dramatic reduction in electricity consumption and space requirements.

"Progeniq has seen very strong demand from clients who wish to accelerate their workflows and custom algorithms", said Teck Hiong Chua, VP Business Development of Progeniq, "The Powered-By-Progeniq program allows organizations to engage us to effectively be the compute optimization and acceleration arm of their organizations. Our status as one of the leading acceleration providers globally enable us to work on any compute infrastructure to make sure it is scaled up in the most optimal manner. Progeniq’s clients have already saved millions of dollars scaling up their compute farm using accelerators."

To engage in the Powered-By-Progeniq program or discuss working with Progeniq to accelerate your cluster and applications, email Teck Hiong Chua at teckhiong@progeniq.com

For information about Progeniq, visit http://www.progeniq.com

CONTACT INFORMATION:

CHUA Teck Hiong
teckhiong@progeniq.com
Tel: (65) 6899 2396
Fax: (65) 6899 2396
Progeniq Pte Ltd

USA
3, Twin Dolphin Drive, Suite 150
Redwood City, CA 94065

Singapore
277 Bukit Batok East Ave 3 #02-371
Singapore 650277


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