Stone Ridge Technology’s ECHELON Software and the Cray® CS-Storm
Is your technology delivering scalable, high-performance reservoir simulation?
Cray and Stone Ridge Technology are pleased to present an ultra-fast solution that delivers unparalleled resolution and scale: ECHELON, the industry’s first GPU-targeted reservoir simulator, partnered with Cray’s high performance CS-Storm cluster supercomputer using NVIDIA® Tesla® GPU accelerators. Join us on Tuesday, May 3, for webinars at 7 a.m. or 10 a.m. PST to get details on this groundbreaking solution.
This webinar will describe the solution’s unparalleled performance capabilities including:
Improved run-time performance - 10 to 500 times faster than legacy solutions
Ability to simulate geo scale models accurately and easily – no more upscaling
One CS-Storm node outperforming 10 traditional compute nodes
Who should attend:
Reservoir engineering managers
Reservoir technology managers
Subsurface technology managers
Lead reservoir engineers
Chief reservoir engineers
Karthik Mukundakrishnan Senior computational scientist Stone Ridge Technology
Karthik is currently a senior computational scientist and also the Director of Technical Support at Stone Ridge Technology with more than fifteen years of experience in the area of computational fluid dynamics. He possesses a keen interest in HPC for science & engineering, and software development skills using objected oriented programming languages.
Bert Beals 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.
Ty McKercher Principal solution architect NVIDIA
Ty leads a team that specializes in systems architectures across several market segments. 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.