News Release

Axceleon Continues Commitment to Broadcasters

EnFuzion3D V11 released into production pipeline for broadcast customers


NAB SHOW - LAS VEGAS, (April 11th 2011) – Axceleon today announced the release of its EnFuzion3D Version 11. EnFuzion3D is renowned for being the most robust and stable of the cluster computing solutions on the market today with over 12 years of continuous usage in demanding cluster management deployments managing thousands of cores. EnFuzion3D cluster computing software runs natively on all major OS platforms Windows, Linux, Mac OS and Unix and has done so since its inception. EnFuzion3D cluster computing software is currently used by all the major broadcasters in the US and other countries around the world.

"Our partnership with the broadcasting industry started in 2000 when EnFuzion cluster computing software was first used by CBS and has expanded to all the major US Networks since then. The broadcasting organizations demand flexible, mission critical high performance cluster computing solutions for their production environments to maintain their edge in the market. All have migrated to EnFuzion3D cluster computing over the last 5 years", stated Michael Duffy, COO of Axceleon.

New features in EnFuzion3D V11 include:


About AXCELEON

Axceleon is the provider of CloudFuzion and EnFuzion. The CloudFuzion platform is available as a service (PaaS) and used on larger public clouds, grids and high performance computing environments and runs natively on all major OS platforms Windows®, Linux®, Mac OS®. EnFuzion is deployed in power/energy utilities, 3D, financial, bioinformatics, scientific research. telecommunications and engineering, where it helps users to get more results faster. EnFuzion was one of the first sizeable deployments of grid computing technology on Wall Street in 2000. To learn about CloudFuzion, EnFuzion please visit http://www.axceleon.com.


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