Feb 10, 2015
World’s first real-life experiments confirm anticipated theoretical predictions of revolutionary Accelogic-pioneered technology accelerating NASA software.
Accelogic is producing groundbreaking results with Compressive Computing, a novel technology pioneered and patented by Accelogic. Today’s real-life testbed demonstrations confirm the theoretical predictions that data compression can inject speedups larger than 3x in codes of utmost importance for NASA. Up to 3.2x acceleration has been achieved on software benchmarks provided by NASA Ames Research Laboratory. This work has been performed under a research contract with NASA.
Oct 1, 2014
Accelogic delivers groundbreaking research results on Software Acceleration to NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing Division (NAS).
Under a research contract with NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing Division, Dr. Juan Gonzalez, Accelogic’s President & Chief Scientist, presented to NASA Management the fundamentals of a new theory of Compressive Computing, targeted specifically to accelerate memory access in software hampered by slow data movement to and from RAM. A proof-of-concept prototype was presented, illustrating the paradigm-shifting potential of this novel aspect of Compressive Computing technology.
Sep 3, 2014
Accelogic unveils groundbreaking 3x-10x speedups on key numerical software for the U.S. Department of Energy in Washington D.C.
Accelogic delivered final groundbreaking results on the acceleration of the so-called eigensolver mathematical problem to the Head Program Managers of the Department of Energy’s Advanced Scientific Computing Research (ASCR) program. Accelogic’s R&D team, led by Dr. Juan Gonzalez, proved that Compressive Computing, a novel theory of Software Acceleration pioneered by Accelogic, can significantly reduce execution times of both direct and iterative distributed eigensolvers, which are crucial for a wide class of humanity-relevant software applications. Accelogic’s acceleration technology consistently provided over 3x speedups when injected into state-of-the-art solutions, reaching over 10x for certain particular problems of importance to ASCR. This work has been performed under a research contract with the U.S. Department of Energy Office of Science.
Aug 11, 2014
Accelogic invited to Workshop on Business Opportunities in Advanced Computing and Networking, hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Accelogic was a guest at the DOE Workshop on Business Opportunities in Advanced Computing and Networking, held in Chicago, IL. The workshop, hosted by the DOE Office of Science, was focused on building and strengthening the ties between producers and consumers of high-performance software technologies. The attendees were made of software technology innovators, independent software vendors (ISVs), DOE scientists, and members of the applied engineering community who consume high-performance software services in general.
Jun 16, 2014
Accelogic’s Board of Directors approves the company’s 2015-2018 R&D Roadmap concentrated on the conception, development, and exploitation of novel data compression technologies to inject dramatic accelerations into “data-movement-bound” software.
The initiative, led by Accelogic’s Research Division, will set a new bar for Software Acceleration, and will potentially impact an extremely large class of software applications in need of larger speeds across most domains of science and technology.
Apr 25, 2014
Accelogic to develop groundbreaking technology for accelerating NASA’s communication-bound HPC codes.
Accelogic signed a crucial contract extension with NASA Ames Research Laboratory to deliver groundbreaking Software Acceleration technology via data compression for communication-bound software. Five of the Top-8 software applications used at NASA’s data centers have signed up as early adopters to benefit from the increases in speed that will be enabled by this technology.
Mar 18, 2014
Accelogic showcased by Information Week Magazine.
As an important spearhead in Software Acceleration for NASA’s scientific missions, Accelogic was recently promoted in a publication by Information Week Magazine: “NASA’s belief that big ideas can come from small businesses has led the space agency to select 108 proposals from 99 small US firms that might support future missions and hold promise for commercialization. […] Accelogic LLC submitted a proposal to help NASA accelerate communication-intensive applications through data compression techniques. The Florida company provides accelerated field-programmable gate array numerical libraries, which are used to solve complex computational problems. The compression technology has potential uses in aerospace, weather forecasting, and climate research.” Several other similar recognitions have been exhibited for Accelogic in fundamental journals and newspapers.
Dec 9, 2013
Peer1 Hosting joins Accelogic’s project on the acceleration of communication-bound software.
Peer1 Hosting, a world leading provider of hardware infrastructure for on-demand HPC computing, will serve as one of the major infrastructure providers for the project. Rich Rivera, Peer1’s Cloud Director for the Americas says: “Your technology has the potential to produce tremendous savings on off-chip power consumption, inter and intra-node communication times, processor queues, and overall running times of distributed HPC applications. [This will] generate paradigm-shifting savings on many aspects to both PEER1 and our invaluable pool of customers.”
May 23, 2013
Accelogic signs contract with NASA on the production of novel data-movement reduction technology for communication-bound HPC applications.
Accelogic signed a new research contract with NASA Ames Research Laboratory. The contract will focus on producing algorithmic techniques that reduce inter-processor data movement over important classes of software applications worldwide.
Oct 15, 2012
Penguin Computing joins Accelogic’s Software Acceleration Program.
Penguin Computing, one of the global leaders in HPC solutions and an innovator in delivering complete, integrated HPC solutions from workstations to the cloud, has just joined Accelogic’s Software Acceleration Program as an alpha-partner. Tom Coull, Penguin Computing’s Senior VP and General Manager says: “Accelogic’s technology, focused on data compression in HPC applications, is ideal for Penguin Computing. Your proposition [seems] very appealing, since it will enable the reduction of the primary bottleneck in multiple important industry and research applications, potentially improving end-to-end simulation time for many humanity-relevant problems.” Penguin Computing will serve as a HPC cluster service provider for Accelogic’s lab tests and alpha and beta –prototypes.
Aug 8, 2012
The U.S. Department of Energy confirms support for Accelogic’s acceleration technologies and extends Accelogic’s contract for the creation of extreme-speed Eigensolvers.
Accelogic and DOE signed an extension on the contract purposed towards the generation of very fast Eigensolver software. Accelogic’s prior results have proven the utmost potential of the technology, further stimulating investment from the DOE Office of Science to see the company reach its highly-set goals.
May 20, 2012
Accelogic partners with Peer1 Hosting for the Supercomputing Conference SC‘12.
Peer1 Hosting, a company headquartered in Vancouver, BC, and dedicated to providing large-scale computer infrastructure worldwide, has recently partnered with Accelogic to showcase an impressive portfolio of specialized solutions at SC’12, hosted in Salt Lake City, Utah. This partnership is structured towards providing a wide range of HPC users with the opportunity of optimizing their codes and achieving previously unattainable speedups.
Nov 21, 2011
Accelogic successfully delivers to NASA, a Linear Equation Solver Prototype with unprecedented speeds.
As part of a joint initiative with NASA’s Advanced Supercomputing Division (NAS) to develop an accelerated band matrix solver, Accelogic has successfully delivered a running prototype that proves the high potential that novel algorithms will exploit on accelerator hardware. The final results showed a stunning 60x speedup over traditional solutions.
The fast expansion that Accelogic has undergone in recent years brought forth new needs, among them the acquisition of a larger place suited for the rapidly increasing business attracted by the company. Accelogic’s Headquarters will now be located at 13680 NW 14th Street, Sunrise, FL, 33323.
Jun 17, 2011
Accelogic signs new contract with the U.S. Department of Energy to work on the acceleration of Eigensolver-reliant software applications.
The problem of finding eigenvalues and eigenvectors in large matrices is a problem of paramount importance in engineering, science, and business. Accelogic has developed early concepts that lead to the potential acceleration of Eigensolver computing kernels by several orders of magnitude. The DOE has shown keen interest in such endeavor, and a contract has recently been signed to stimulate the progress of this initiative.
Apr 26, 2011
Accelogic is rewarded with the Best Technology Company Award at the 2011 Miami Chamber of Commerce Technology Leaders of the Year event.
Accelogic has once again been recognized for its consistent work spearheading the industry of Software Acceleration. This is an extremely prestigious award granted only once a year in the whole South Florida area to the company with the most outstanding accomplishments leveraging technology in order to add substantial value to its customers. The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce is the voice of South Florida representing more than 400,000 employees in member companies.
Mar 8, 2011
Accelogic hires B.G. Smith Associates, Inc. to lead new business development strategies.
Accelogic’s rapid growth has set forth new initiatives in business development. New CRM programs, sales processes, and marketing communication strategies will be generated as a result of this partnership.
Feb 18, 2011
Accelogic secures contract with NASA for the deployment of the world’s first cloud-enabled library of numerical solvers.
Accelogic’s recent findings on novel ways to tackle the communication bottleneck in cloud environments have deserved recognition by NASA. A contract has just been executed with NASA with the intention of researching on utmost techniques for increasing speed when software is subsumed to heavily-built cloud environments. This research promises to produce technologies that can expand the already successful reach of cloud computing to software in need of speed.
Dec 1, 2010
Accelogic signs contract with the State of Florida for the development of strategic Advanced Programs aimed at expanding Accelogic’s scientific outreach and stimulate economic growth.
Accelogic and the State of Florida’s public Institute for the Commercialization of Public Research have signed a business development contract aimed at consolidating and stimulating the growth of Accelogic’s most crucial vertical markets. The contract will provide strategic resources to boost Accelogic’s business development initiatives, and directly drive economic development in the State.
Sep 1, 2010
Accelogic’s Fusion/HEP program gains momentum.
Accelogic has recently signed contracts with NASA, DOE, and the U.S. Department of Defense that enable the set-aside of funds to work on the acceleration of Fusion Energy and High Energy Physics applications. We are partnering with the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) and other organizations for close collaboration aiming at developing novel Software Acceleration technology for improved Fusion Energy and HEP science.
Jul 29, 2010
Accelogic’s Sca/LAPACKrc surpasses the 1,000x speedup markup for large-scale sparse linear algebra.
The company’s recent advances in the Sca/LAPACKrc research program -through innovative hybrid CPU/GPU/FPGA computing methods- have delivered a stunning 1,000x acceleration over today’s fastest processor core for the solution of large-scale sparse matrix equations. This is a first-of-its-kind achievement in heterogeneous supercomputing.
Jul 26, 2010
Accelogic expands in the cloud.
Following Accelogic’s dynamic 8-month initiative on “Radical algorithms for the cloud”, the company now seeks Strategic Project Partners that can benefit from substantial software acceleration. In team with Project Partners, Accelogic will complete the creation of novel numerical libraries to provide next-generation speed/efficiency to existing cloud systems.
Jun 4, 2010
Accelogic receives prestigious NASA Best Technology Award for the second time in three years.
Accelogic has received the NASBO award (for Best Technology 2010). This award, conferred by the Southeast NASBO Chapter, encourages and supports commercialization of NASA technologies developed by Accelogic.
Apr 29, 2010
Accelogic signs contract with the U.S. Department of Energy for accelerating parallel software that makes use of FFT solvers.
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded Accelogic a contract to expand the scope of Accelogic’s Sca/LAPACKrc package. This development targets novel algorithms in FPGA, GPU, and many-core hardware, which will render unprecedented acceleration for computing the Fast Fourier Transform -a computational kernel of paramount importance in business, science, and engineering.
Apr 22, 2010
Accelogic demonstrates acceleration factors larger than 120x for the important class of Direct Sparse Solver software.
Accelogic’s Direct Sparse solver prototype, which is part of the already successful Sca/LAPACKrc research program, has achieved a revolutionary 120x speedup for solving direct sparse matrix equation problems arising from multiple disciplines, such as aircraft design, heat transfer, robotics, and semiconductor devices, among many others. The technology consumes at least two orders of magnitude less energy per Gflop, thus paving the road towards energy-efficient “green” computing and the realization of feasible exa-scale computing.
Oct 26, 2009
The State of Florida announces Accelogic as Top-4 Statewide
Small Business of the Year.
The State of Florida’s IT-Florida Board of Directors recognized Accelogic today as one of the Top-4 Small Businesses in the entire State for Fiscal Year 2009. Accelogic will attend the highly anticipated 7th Annual Awards Gala and Tech Forum on November 10, at Disney’s Yacht Club Resort, to be hosted by Governor Charlie Christ.
Apr 17, 2009
Accelogic demonstrates over 90x speedup for Least Squares problems.
Accelogic’s Least Squares solver prototype, consolidates Accelogic and the Sca/LAPACKrc library as world leaders in breakthrough computing algorithms for accelerating linear algebra systems. The prototype has achieved more than 90x acceleration for solving large-scale Least Squares problems, which offers a direct benefit to numerous business, science and engineering applications.
Nov 5, 2008
Accelogic receives NASA Best Technology Award.
Accelogic received the NASBO award, granted by the Southeast NASBO Chapter to provide grants and mentoring opportunities to NASA SBIR companies located in the Southeast. The purpose of these grants is to encourage and support commercialization of NASA SBIR technologies.
Sep 25, 2008
Accelogic receives Grand Prize Award from
the South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA).
Accelogic was selected by the SFTA (South Florida Technology Alliance) as one of the most promising emerging companies in South Florida. Dr. Juan Gonzalez, Accelogic’s President, received this award from Chip Casanave, SFTA President and CEO of Miami’s Data Access Worldwide, at the SFTA At-Large Meeting. The South Florida Technology Alliance (SFTA) promotes the growth, success and awareness of the regional technology community.
May 5, 2008
The U.S. Department of Energy will support the development of enhancements for Accelogic’s Sca/LAPACKrc technology.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded Accelogic a contract to extend its Sca/LAPACKrc package. This development is targeted to extremely fast least-squares algorithms for heterogeneous supercomputers.
Mar 15, 2008
Accelogic demonstrates 150x speedup for Sparse iterative solvers.
Accelogic has demonstrated more than 150x speedup in solving sparse linear equation problems across multiple disciplines. Several benchmark problems have been tested in computational electromagnetics, computational fluid dynamics, structural analysis, and heat transfer, among other areas of major relevance.
Jun 20, 2007
Accelogic and Stanford University join forces to enhance LAPACKrc.
Accelogic and Stanford University join forces to enhance LAPACKrc.
Accelogic and Stanford University have signed a contract with the U.S. Air Force to deploy new sparse iterative solvers that will be orders of magnitude faster than today’s solvers. The new algorithms will utilize hybrid reconfigurable computing elements enabled by new mathematical theories pioneered by Accelogic’s R&D Team.
May 1, 2007
U.S. Department of Energy joins LAPACKrc effort.
The U.S. Department of Energy has funded Accelogic to deploy its LAPACKrc core technology for accelerating the solution of large-scale linear equations. LAPACKrc is anticipated to provide 2 to 3 orders of magnitude acceleration in solving large-scale linear equations.
Mar 13, 2007
NASA embraces demo of Accelogic’s leading product: LAPACKrc.
Accelogic has demonstrated its breakthrough LAPACKrc algorithms for fast linear equation solutions at NASA Ames. The LAPACKrc demonstration rendered a paradigm-shifting 240x acceleration in a subclass of the NASA “NAS benchmarks” program.
Dec 10, 2006
Accelogic delivers world’s fastest linear equation solver to U.S. Air Force.
Accelogic successfully demonstrated more than 50x speedup in solving linear equation problems versus a standard commodity processor. The solver is now delivered to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, where it will undergo further evaluation and testing.
Nov 14, 2006
NASA selects Accelogic to deploy hybrid supercomputing pilot program.
A contract has just been initiated with NASA to demonstrate sustained performance for large-scale aircraft design simulation codes exploiting novel “collaborative algorithms” recently discovered by Accelogic’s Numerical Methods Team.
Jul 12-14, 2006
Accelogic pioneers industrial training series on High Performance Computing.
Accelogic has recently lectured the course, “Algorithm Design in the Era of Reconfigurable Computing.” Held in Dayton, the course had over 30 attendees from Industry and Academia, with application interests spanning aerospace, computational finance, radar engineering, video processing, and structural analysis, among others.
May 20, 2006
Accelogic to develop FPGA-based accelerated linear equation solvers for the Air Force Air Vehicles Directorate.
Accelogic has recently signed a contract with the U.S. Department of Defense. This R&D contract will quicken Accelogic’s demonstration of its unique algorithms for large-scale numerical linear algebra, with special emphasis on numerical kernels typically used in aircraft design.
May 18, 2006
Accelogic presents at MDOC’2006 (Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Conference), Gottingen, Germany.
The talk, Very Fast Hardware-Based Global Search Methods for MDO, described an enabling technology for aerospace design: massively concurrent algorithms exploiting the emerging field of reconfigurable computing. The promise is to deploy MDO algorithms that are several orders of magnitude faster than today’s state of the art, using hybrid computing.
Mar 7, 2006
Accelogic exhibits at the 31st AIAA Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium.
Accelogic exhibits at the 31st AIAA Dayton-Cincinnati Aerospace Sciences Symposium. Accelogic exhibited an interactive demo illustrating the unprecedented speed and capacity of its optimization software, and presented the new opportunities this technology opens for the discovery of groundbreaking supersonic-plane designs.
Oct 7, 2005
Accelogic demonstrates the world’s first reconfigurable computing algorithms to achieve greater than 1,000x speedups for numerical global optimization software.
The world’s first prototype of a massively parallel reconfigurable computing algorithm demonstrating greater than 1,000x speedups for global optimization has been successfully implemented and benchmarked today. Preliminary results using the Pintér benchmarking functions indicate that, when implemented in a commercial reconfigurable computing system, the new algorithm outperforms (in both speed and accuracy) a 1,000 processor supercomputer programmed with a state-of-the-art parallel branch-and-bound algorithm. Accelogic’s solution is also two orders of magnitude less expensive.
May 15, 2005
Accelogic secures seed funding from the U.S. Department of Defense.
Accelogic has recently signed a contract for seed funding with the U.S. Department of Defense. The contract aims at revolutionizing software execution through affordable algorithms that can reduce execution times by orders of magnitude.