eInfochips Accelerates Image Processing for Oil Exploration With NVIDIA GPUs

SAN JOSE, CA -- eInfochips, a leading product engineering services company, today announced that seismic imaging solution software has achieved a 25x performance gain on a GPU-accelerated system, compared to a standard CPU-based system.

This solution for Kirchoff seismic imaging algorithms will provide geoscientists with improved confidence in their drilling decisions while interpreting data processed from large exploration surveys. eInfochips developers achieved this performance increase using high-performance NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU accelerators.

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eInfochips has expert parallel programming consultants that enable the migration of complex algorithms to NVIDIA GPU accelerators, including, automotive, oil & gas, surveillance, industrial, medical, avionics, gaming, deep learning, video analytics, multimedia transcoding, and other applications.

Parag Mehta, the Chief Marketing and Business Development Officer at eInfochips, said, "Parallel programming is an art, mastered over multiple code migration projects. Our team of parallel programming experts has codified the leading practices with a mature checklist to achieve the maximum performance on NVIDIA GPU accelerators."

For more details, visit http://www.einfochips.com
 

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