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AccelerEyes strengthens management team

AccelerEyes has strengthened its management team, adding sales, marketing, and business development leadership with extensive experience and talent in the technical computing industry. Former Interactive Supercomputing VP of sales David Gibson joins as vice president of sales and marketing.

AccelerEyes develops Jacket, a software platform that delivers GPU computing power to desktop users of Matlab and other very high level languages. It enables faster prototyping and problem solving across a range of government, manufacturing, energy, media, biomedical, financial, and scientific research applications.

Gibson brings to AccelerEyes more than 24 years of sales, marketing, channel, and business development experience in both large and entrepreneurial high tech companies. At Interactive Supercomputing he built the company’s OEM, VAR, and direct sales strategy and organisations from initial product launch through the company’s acquisition.

'AccelerEyes is solving a critical problem facing technical computing as it begins heavy adoption of graphics processing units (GPUs), namely, lowering the cost and complexity of programming millions of GPUs to make users more productive. That’s why I joined; It’s an exciting and lucrative opportunity to help research organisations solve deeper technical problems, and for commercial customers to earn a better ROI,' Gibson said. 'I am confident Jacket will be an essential platform on which a majority of compute-driven organisations will depend in the near future.'

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