Bull scoops HPCwire awards at SC13

Bull has received top honours in the 2013 HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards.

HPCwire announced the winners at the opening reception at SC13 in Denver, Colorado.

Bull has been selected to receive the following awards:

  • Readers’ Choice Award: Best HPC Visualisation Product for Technology for Bull Extreme Factory Remote Visualiser 3D Streaming Technology; and
  • Editor’s Choice Award: Best HPC Visualisation Product or Technology for Bull Extreme Factory Remote Visualiser 3D Streaming Technology.

'We are very honoured and pleased to receive these awards from both the readers and the editors of HPCwire. They recognise our Extreme Factory integrated pay-as-you-go computer simulation offering, and more specifically, they recognise the excellence of the remote visualisation tools we have developed for Extreme Factory.

'Our 3D streaming technology offers ground-breaking performance to our users and makes it simple for them to interact with their 3D applications remotely,' declared Marc Levrier, the Extreme Factory architect and technical manager at Bull, as he was presented with the awards.

A complete list of award winners is available at

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