Southborough, MA (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
Full Spectrum Software, a nationally recognized life science and medical device software engineering consulting firm today announced the availability of a free Software Technology Report written specifically for software managers and software executives. This free report is an extensive interview with industry thought leader Andrew Dallas where he shares his experiences in designing and developing parallel processing software architectures, the tools and techniques that are required and practical advice on moving from older software platforms to an ultra-high throughput platform and architecture. The free report can be downloaded from the Full Spectrum Software's extensive technical library of Software Technology Reports by clicking here: Designing Software Architectures for High Throughput Instruments
Andrew Dallas is the CTO of Full Spectrum Software. He has published extensively in trade and peer-reviewed journals where he writes about life science and medical device software engineering. He is widely considered an authority on FDA and ISO 13485 controlled software development projects. Andrew Dallas also serves on the Editorial Advisory Board of Medical Device and Diagnostic Industry magazine.
With over 20 years of experience in software development leadership, in this wide ranging interview Andrew Dallas shares his unique historical perspective on the evolution of life science and medical device software platforms, from the early multi-threading architectures to today's advanced parallel processing. In addition to providing the practical, hand-on advice that he is well known for, he also talks about the latest advancements in hardware, ranging from multi-core computers to Graphics Processing Units or GPU's and how these hardware advances will impact the medical device and life sciences industries.
This report represents one of Andrew Dallas' most extensive and wide ranging publications to date. For those managers and executives involved in medical device and life science software engineering and who are interested in sharing the report via email with their professional colleagues, simply click here Email to a Colleague