Mine-Planning Software Uses Parallelization to Deliver Powerful New Capabilities

The company used the parallel-programming aids provided in the Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 development system and the .NET Framework 4 to achieve the performance needed to support geologic models consisting of millions of individual blocks of earth – an order of magnitude more than the practical limits imposed by many competing products. Through its use of parallel programming, the company is delivering compelling new capabilities for customers. And because ORElogy is using familiar tools, virtually no additional learning was required to parallelize its code.

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