DENVER – Appro, Intel, and Landmark have teamed to offer a ready-to-run seismic coverage validation engine.
Landmark's wave equation-based illumination and visibility software runs on Appro’s pre-configured computing system which is pre-tested and certified Intel Cluster Ready. The software runs on an Appro GreenBlade system based on Intel Xeon processors featuring dual sockets and 32 nodes, with up to 12 CPU per node and 8 GB of memory.
The package helps to design 3D seismic surveys and to select processing parameters optimized for geologic targets in difficult areas.
The high-power computing system is a move to keep up with today’s acquisition patters and uses specific algorithms that leverage the complete power of the system to run efficiently.
SEG: Package offers seismic coverage validation
Appro, Intel, and Landmark have teamed to offer a ready-to-run seismic coverage validation engine.