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Modern reverse time migration (RTM) workflows can consume computational resources that are beyond the limits of most commodity clusters. And while RTM is particularly well suited for the strengths of GPU architectures, there is much uncertainty around the optimal design and deployment for these hybrid GPU-HPC environments.
Cray and NVIDIA recently presented a live webinar about advancements in advanced seismic processing. If you missed the webinar, no worries – you can still listen to the recording.
On-Demand Webinar: Accelerating Seismic Exploration with Dense GPU Systems is no longer available
How HPC continues to evolve to serve the oil and gas community’s processing needs
Why performance improvements from GPU accelerators like the NVIDIA® Tesla® represent an inflection point for advanced seismic processing
How recent HPC system designs address the challenges related to dense GPU packaging
You will learn:
The recording is approximately 45 minutes long and will benefit:
► Research analysts
► Reservoir analysts
► Others involved in the development or use of advanced seismic exploration algorithms on high performance computing systems
Principal solution architect, NVIDIA
Ty leads a team that specializes in systems architecture across multiple industries. He often serves as a liaison between customer and product engineering teams during emerging technology evaluations. His passion is to help solve problems that combine visualization and HPC challenges.
Energy segment director, Cray Inc.
Bert spearheads Cray’s energy segment activities, driving Cray innovation in areas that are both relevant and meaningful to the oil and gas industry. He has been involved in creating system architectures to support seismic processing for over 30 years.
Geert C. Wenes, Ph.D.
Sr. practice leader/HPC architect
Geert specializes in matching IT technologies to critical data and workflow processes in HPC to help solve customers’s most demanding applications. He holds a degree in physics, but has spent most of his professional career in HPC.