TMCNet:  DownUnder GeoSolutions selects Acceleware's Reverse Time Migration library

[December 28, 2012]

DownUnder GeoSolutions selects Acceleware's Reverse Time Migration library

Dec 27, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) -- Acceleware Ltd. has announced that DownUnder GeoSolutions has selected Acceleware's Reverse Time Migration library, or AxRTM, to provide customers with seismic depth imaging services.

DownUnder GeoSolutions will integrate AxR into its DUG Insight geophysical software platform. The resulting depth imaging solution is purpose built for the accurate mapping of complex geological subsurface structures.

In addition to providing customers with reverse time migration depth imaging services, DownUnder GeoSolutions will be offering the integrated DUG Insight R to its software customers worldwide, under a sublicense agreement with Acceleware.


"AxR leads the industry in computing performance and image quality. The enhanced TTI stability mode, high quality imaging condition, advanced noise removal and new amplitude correction produce images of exceptional clarity and accuracy in areas with complex geology," said Matthew Lamont, Managing Director of DownUnder GeoSolutions.

"With our advanced TTI option, versatile high performance hardware support and the ability to integrate directly with the DUG Insight platform, AxR is a perfect fit for DownUnder GeoSolutions," said Darren Foltinek, Seismic Imaging Product Manager at Acceleware.

"This promises to be a rewarding partnership for both companies as DownUnder GeoSolutions benefits from our highly flexible platform and Acceleware broadens its experience base in new geographical regions." Launched in 2008, AxR is an advanced pre-stack two-way wave equation migration library with VTI and TTI anisotropy capabilities. Supporting both GPU and multi-core CPU clusters, AxR is a high-level library, offering an optimized computational grid, flexible and optimized I/O solutions and scaling for large volumes.

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