News | March 11, 2008

New Image Reconstruction Solution Designed to Decrease Waiting Time

March 12, 2008 - Acceleware Corp. launched its AxRecon image reconstruction solution created to reduce the time it takes for image reconstruction of CT scanners, reportedly from hours to minutes, this week at ECR 2008, in Vienna, Austria.

The AxRecon solution combines Acceleware’s software acceleration libraries with NVIDIA Graphic Processing Units (GPUs) to increase the speed of sophisticated computations. AxRecon integrates with existing CT scanners with minimal setup, according to the company. By accelerating algorithms such as filtered back-projection image reconstruction, users can reportedly increase the speed of their operations and quality of their end results, while reducing the energy use and physical footprint of their high performance computing systems.

The system works with existing cone beam CT scanners to reduce backup by speeding up filtered back projection computations. This reportedly allows users to accelerate the reconstruction of their data without disrupting their current workflow.

For more information: www.acceleware.com

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