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enParallel and Argus agree $1m contract for GPU-based acceleration for GIS

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Argus Technologies and enParallel have agreed a $1m contract to provide GPU-based acceleration to GIS-based, mobile geophysical technologies. As part of the agreement, Argus has agreed to adopt the ePX1 software and DSC hardware from enParallel to aid in the advancement of near-surface geophysical systems.

'We are always working to incorporate the latest technology breakthroughs into our systems.  The GPU-based technology from enParallel is a good fit,' said John Lopez, co-founder of Argus.  Curtis Kent, CEO of enParallel, added: 'The fact that the Argus system is currently deployed in theatre by the Army is a true testament to their capabilities. We are pleased that we were selected to be a part of their efforts in advancing the technology.'