SAN ANTONIO – Paradigm debuted what it calls its largest-ever synchronized release with the introduction today of Paradigm 2011 at the SEG annual meeting.
“We have engineered a unified application suite operable on Windows or Linux, or both, and we have worked aggressively to create intuitive user interface and streamlined data management capabilities to make Paradigm 2011 easy to learn and use, highly efficient to deploy, and second-to-none in terms of science and technology,” said Paradigm CEO Eldad Weiss.
“Our customers no longer need to choose between simplistic Windows base solution or robust Linux based software; Paradigm delivers intuitive, easy-to-use and highly capable solutions on both operating platforms.”
“Building on this flexibility in deployment,” said Duane Dopkin, Paradigm’s executive vice president of technology, “we are also pleased with the continued focus of this release on readily scaling to the diversities in project area, data volumes, company size, number of users, and types of exploration and development assets and workflow objectives. We believe this release is a huge step forward for our global customer base in improving their core business.”
In addition to the introduction of a set of geoscience and engineering applications, this release enhances multi-disciplinary processes, enabled and strengthened by expanded data integration, an intuitive user interface, ergonomic design, and performance enhancements enabled by the increased use of multiple cores (CPU and GPU). The release also expands Windows 7 platform support to Paradigm’s full interpretation suite.
SEG 2011: Paradigm 2011 expands platforms to include Windows
Paradigm debuted what it calls its largest-ever synchronized release with the introduction today of Paradigm 2011 at the SEG annual meeting.