- Mitronics with not-so-new news, pushing the Bio stack they showcased just about one year ago at ISC. The demoed it (again) at BioIT World April 28th . They are also promoting the new personal SDK. I don't have experience with it, but would love to hear a story or two.... For the Bio demo news go here. For more on the SDK go to their home page, http://www.mitrionics.com/.
- Acceleware does EDA for the Koreans. In an example of working really hard at it, Acceleware has partnered with SPEAG, a specialized simulator for EM (Electromagnetic readiation), to sell an GPGU version of their SW as a turnkey solution. Korean handset radiation simulation is not the only use. Boston Scientific also uses the solution. They claim 25x speed up.
- Angstrom, a Boston area system builder, has announced formal support GPGPU with both a hardware platform and an accelerated GPGPU library. The library is a plug in for Atlas, a well known linear math library. So this isn't really a solution, but it's a step in the right direction.
Speaking of BioIT World... Joe Landman was there. His post from the floor is here. It doesn't cover Accelerated Computing, but he deserves the plug.