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RunTime Computing Solutions, LLC releases VSI/Pro® support for 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors06 Jan

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For more information, contact:

Jennifer Skjellum
RunTime Computing Solutions, LLC
205.314.3195
jennifer@runtimecomputing.com

RunTime Computing Solutions, LLC releases VSI/Pro® support for 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors

BIRMINGHAM, AL – January 6, 2011

RunTime Computing Solutions, LLC announces the release of VSI/Pro® 1.20 optimized to utilize the 2nd generation Intel® Core™ Microarchitecture .

VSI/Pro®’s proven high quality support for the Vector Signal and Image Processing (VSIPL) industry standard (www.vsipl.org) for signal and image processing functionality on DSP and COTS processors has now expanded to Intel’s newest line of fast, power efficient processors. VSI/Pro® is proven, field-deployed, standard-based software for the Mil/Aero COTS markets for well over a decade, and represents extremely high value middleware for signal and image processing that supports both performance and portability. VSI/Pro® for the 2nd generation Intel Core processor-based platforms further incorporates significant performance improvements in VSI/Pro®’s already efficient vectorized libraries that utilize the new Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions (Intel® AVX) instruction set as well as incorporating the processor’s enhancements in performance to the SSE series of streaming vector extensions compared to previous generation Intel processor families. VSI/Pro® provides combined ease of portability to the new processor and enhanced performance for key operations including FFTs, convolutions, linear operations, and correlations.

VSI/Pro® architecture enables users to immediately benefit from the platform’s performance without spending a lot of time and money to port algorithms, rewrite major parts of applications, or require that every application programmer knows how to write low-level code.

“With VSI/Pro®, users can readily port signal and image processing applications to and from workstations, testbeds, and embedded target platforms such as VPX-based embedded boards” stated Jennifer Skjellum, RunTime Computing’s President. “When further combined with Runtime’s VSI/Pro product support for several Linux distributions and the WindRiver VxWorks® platform, VSI/Pro® for new Intel® Core™ processors will offer unprecedented value for adopters of these Intel platforms, as well as easy portability from VSI/Pro® for PowerPC Altivec™ and previous-generation 64-bit Intel® Core™ processors and earlier SSE-based platforms, as well as other x86 platforms running 32-bit and 64-bit operating systems.”

“Recognizing that the 2nd generation of Intel® Core™ processors offer the optimum combination of very high performance and performance per watt, RunTime Computing has developed a solution that will help embedded developers move quickly and affordably to this advanced processor platform,” said Matt Langman, director of product marketing, Intel Embedded Computing Division.

Product Details:
http://www.runtimecomputing.com/products/vsipro/

About RunTime Computing Solutions
Runtime Computing Solutions, LLC is a privately held woman-owned and operated company focused on the high performance embedded and scalable computing space. RunTime Computing Solutions, LLC delivers industry-recognized software products for embedded high performance computing based on open standards. The company’s flagship software products, MPI/Pro® and VSI/Pro®, enable customers to achieve maximum benefits in the realm of both parallel computing and signal and image processing applications. Company services include code optimization, training, and solutions architecture engagements.

To learn more about how RunTime Computing Solutions can empower your company’s high performance and embedded computing needs, call us at (205) 314-3595, send email to sales@runtimecomputing.com, or visit our web site at http://www.runtimecomputing.com .

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