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Seeing the future – an interactive seminar

On the 5th November 2015, Optalysys is running an interactive seminar at The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) in Norwich which includes a demo of its light speed optical processing technology. Earlier in the year, Optalysys joined forces with TGAC to work towards building a new Genetic Search System (GENESYS). The project is set to run […]

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Good Forecast: European Weather Centre Project Kicks Off

Optalysys is a partner in a major Europe-wide Horizon 2020 project led by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF). Project ESCAPE – Energy-efficient Scalable Algorithms for Weather Prediction at Exascale – will lay the groundwork for the next generation of weather forecasting that will require processing capabilities beyond today’s largest supercomputers. The project kicked […]

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Optalysys Arrives in the U.S.

In order to further its ambitions to bring faster and more affordable big data supercomputing power to the world, Optalysys has opened a base in the U.S., Optalysys Inc.  Dr. Ananta Palani has moved to Optalysys Inc in the U.S. to take on the company’s Vice President of Technology role. Ananta has been part of […]

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Optalysys technology will underpin next-generation weather forecasting in a €4m project led by the ECMWF

Cambridge UK optical processing business Optalysys Ltd, has announced that it is part of a major collaboration project known as ESCAPE, led by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) and involving 10 other organisations. The European Commission has favourably evaluated the proposal for ESCAPE for a €4m grant through its Horizon 2020 Research […]

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Optalysys prototype proves optical processing technology will revolutionise Big Data analysis and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)

Cambridge UK optical processing business Optalysys Ltd, has announced that they have successfully developed a demonstrable prototype that can process mathematical functions optically in a scaleable, lensless design. Optalysys optical processing systems will “turbo-charge” existing computers by performing processor-intensive tasks at much faster rates and with a significant reduction in energy consumption. The prototype is […]

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Bioscience and Industry UK collaboration to significantly reduce HPC energy consumption

The Genome Analysis Centre (TGAC) and high performance computing (HPC) hardware provider Optalysys Ltd have joined forces to develop and implement a revolutionary optical processing device that will perform large-scale DNA sequence searches for crucial genomic research with energy savings of over 95% per year. The new Genetic Search System (GENESYS) has been granted £0.5 […]

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Optalysys launches Series A funding round

UK based startup Optalysys Ltd has announced that they have launched a Series A funding round to support product commercialisation activities up to the first product launches in 2017. Optalysys is days away from launching a prototype optical processor with the potential to realise Exascale levels of processing power on a desktop sized computer at a […]

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NASA scientist joins groundbreaking UK supercomputing startup

Former NASA Johnson Space Center scientist, Dr. Richard Juday, has joined the UK based supercomputing startup, Optalysys Ltd, as a technical advisor. Optalysys is days away from launching a prototype optical processor with the potential to realise Exascale levels of processing power on a desktop sized computer at a fraction of the energy consumption and […]

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Software Engineer joins Optalysys

Optalysys welcomes Software Engineer Omri Kalinsky to the team based in Nevada, USA. Omri has been a professional software engineer since 1998. He has a varied background of applications ranging from medical imaging, military simulation and games to business and productivity software, embedded systems and mobile applications. He has specific expertise in C++ including developing and teaching C++ […]

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March 2017 Newsletter

Welcome to the Optalysys March 2017 Newsletter – your regular update on the latest developments in optical computing.  In this edition we cover our participation at the Advances in Genome Biology and Technology (AGBT) conference in Miami, Florida USA, our appointment of a seasoned bioinformatics expert to head up business development for North America, details on our new U.S. office in Reno, Nevada, […]

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Optalysys Inc moves to new office in Reno, Nevada USA

Optalysys Inc, the wholly owned US subsidiary of Optalysys Ltd, has moved office to a larger space in Reno, Nevada USA to support the growing US team. Our new address is: 200 S Virginia St, 8th Floor Reno, NV 89501 USA   About Optalysys: Optalysys was founded in 2013 to develop revolutionary optical processing technology […]

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Bioinformatics business development expert joins Optalysys

Optalysys welcomes Martin Gollery to the Business Development team based in Nevada, USA. Martin has joined as VP of Business Development for North America and will focus initially on building relationships with bioinformatics customers and partners. Martin has been in Bioinformatics for 19 years. He co-founded the Nevada Center For Bioinformatics, is the author of several […]

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