Australian company builds one of the world’s largest supercomputers.
To be at the top of your game in any sport, you need plenty of skill and lots of muscle.
In the seismic data processing industry, muscle comes in the form of compute power, and at DownUnder GeoSolutions (DUG) building muscle is high priority – as is honing the team’s skills to use it.
DUG is rolling out a series of muscle-building upgrades to its global seismic processing centres, including Perth, Kuala Lumpur, London and Houston; an expansion that will see its Intel-supported processing capability grow and likely exceed its competitors, based on petaflops (PF) per geo.
Details of its global expansion, and its progress, will be released as it becomes available during 2017.