Brain Murmurs Announces Support for Visual Numerics' JMSL Libraries

Share Article

JIVA Grid Computing System now provides embedded support for JMSL-enabled applications.

This move will allow current users of the JMSL libraries to parallelize their existing applications through the use of JIVA. It will also provide a distinct advantage for users that would like to move to JIVA but require the use of a numerical library like JMSL.

Brain Murmurs, Inc, a Seattle-based software research and development company, today announced that the JIVA Grid Computing System now provides support for applications based on the JMSL libraries from Visual Numerics.

"This move will allow current users of the JMSL libraries to parallelize their existing applications through the use of JIVA. It will also provide a distinct advantage for users that would like to move to JIVA but require the use of a numerical library like JMSL." said Daniel Pasco, Chief Engineer and Executive Vice President of Brain Murmurs.

The JIVA client can be installed as a screen saver or background process on Windows, OS X, Linux and UNIX operating systems. When the computer is idle, the client runs solver code provided by the JIVA server to perform naturally parallel jobs such as 3D rendering or protein folding. JIVA was used by Giant Campus during the summer of 2005 and has been running for over a year on a 50-machine network at Cardiologists of Lubbock.

The JMSL Libraries are Visual Numerics’ Java version of their IMSL Libraries. The IMSL Numerical Libraries have been the cornerstone of high-performance and deep computing as well as predictive analytics applications in science, technical and business environments for well over three decades. These embeddable mathematical and statistical algorithms, written in Java™, are used in a broad range of applications -- from programs that help airplanes fly to allowing people to predict the weather, to those that enable innovative ways to study the human genome as well as applications that predict stock market behavior and provide risk management and portfolio optimization.

The IMSL Libraries are regarded as the most sophisticated, flexible, scalable and highly accessible technology available for numerical analysis in the most important mainstream programming environments in use today.

Parties interested in developing applications for the JIVA framework or licensing the framework for their own use are invited to contact Brain Murmurs.

For more information:

Daniel Pasco

Brain Murmurs

206-216-3923

About Brain Murmurs, Inc.

Brain Murmurs was established in 2001 as a parallel supercomputing research and development firm. The company is building a productive suite of development tools and network architectures to enable rapid development of applications for heterogeneous, clustered computing systems. The company is also pursuing innovative design ideas in scientific computing, distributed and embedded systems, and enterprise network services.

Brain Murmurs develops applications for commodity and high-end computer clusters, as well as handheld devices. Brain Murmurs is headquartered in Seattle, Washington, and can be found on the web at http://brainmurmurs.com.

About Visual Numerics

Visual Numerics has provided technical software solutions for numerical analysis and visualization for more than three decades. The company's software products help users understand complex data from a variety of sources and build business-critical applications. Visual Numerics offers two product lines: the IMSL Numerical Libraries for powerful mathematical and statistical analysis and the PV-WAVE® visual data analysis development environment. Visual Numerics also offers customized professional services for applications that involve mathematical, statistical, or visual data analysis to meet today's business analytical needs.

Major corporations, academic institutions, and research laboratories worldwide use Visual Numerics' software tools, including such high profile companies as: Bear, Stearns & Company; Barclays Global Investors; Priceline.com; Humana, Sandia National Laboratories; and Boeing Company. This large and diverse customer base is supported through a direct sales force, wholly owned international subsidiaries, and international distributors. For more information about Visual Numerics, please visit http://www.vni.com.

Trademark Statement:

Visual Numerics and PV-WAVE are registered trademarks of Visual Numerics, Inc. in the U.S. and other countries. IMSL, JMSL, JWAVE, TS-WAVE and Knowledge in Motion are trademarks of Visual Numerics, Inc. All other company, product or brand names are the property of their respective owners.

# # #

Share article on social media or email:

View article via:

Pdf Print

Contact Author

Daniel Pasco
Visit website