CPU Tech to Offer Specialized Design Services, IP and Advanced System Tools to Facilitate the Development of Compatible Acceleration Solutions for the Most Challenging HPC Applications
PLEASANTON, Calif. & SEATTLE--Nov. 14, 2005 -- CPU Technology Inc.(R), (CPU Tech), announced today the availability of compatible technology and services to provide HPC users an effective and affordable means to speed-up their applications. Leveraging their patented deeply coupled, fine grain parallel processing System-on-Chip technology and advanced system design tools, the company will tailor a computer to optimally execute a customer's applications.
"Today's computers fall short of their performance goals for a lot of organizations running complex applications," said Ed King, CPU Tech's CEO and Chairman. "By adding compatible, highly efficient and scalable acceleration, customers can retain the investment in their existing architecture and software while achieving orders of magnitude performance gains."
New or existing systems can benefit from this low power, compatible acceleration technology which is being successfully applied to embedded problems such as real time radar processing and image processing. Its open, scalable architecture is compatible with cluster, Massively Parallel Processing (MPP), and constellation systems. The company's new compatible acceleration technology is particularly applicable to numerous compute intense applications such as large scale simulations, sensor fusion, knowledge discovery, mathematical modeling, and digital imaging.
The company will be offering more details about its compatible technology and services, and showing examples of compatible acceleration at the SC05 Super Computing Expo next week in Seattle, Washington at Booth 2126.
CPU Technology, Inc. develops and manufactures compatible, next-generation solutions for OEMs in the high-end computing market. The company's patented, automated electronic system-level design and verification technologies radically reduce the cost and time required to develop or modernize high-end systems. Advanced application of CPU Tech's patented System-on-Chip technology and multiprocessor architectures yield highly reliable solutions which are smaller, lighter and more power efficient. It is also used to compatibly solve obsolescence problems and update systems. CPU Tech is a privately held company founded in 1989 and headquartered in Pleasanton, California with business development offices in Reston, Virginia. Current investors include The Carlyle Group.
Additional information about CPU Technology, Inc. can be found at www.cputech.com.