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Optalysys offers an opportunity to collaborate with the leaders in optical processing technology and develop cutting-edge solutions in your sector.

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We are looking for a select group of partners who are interested in pursuing joint collaborations that can utilise Optalysys’s groundbreaking optical processing technology for real-world applications. In return you would be working with an innovative and collaborative development partner who is the pioneer of optical computing and can help you achieve a step-change in high performance computing (HPC) processing power for your projects. This is particularly beneficial for areas where it is becoming increasingly common for traditional computing methods to fall short of providing the processing power required. For example model simulations for aerofoil design and weather forecasting and “Big Data” applications such as MRI data analysis and quantum computing (click here for more potential applications).

By 2020 our model simulation units should provide multiple exaFLOP processing speeds despite being powered from a standard mains supply. In comparison, existing supercomputers can cost several million dollars a year to run.

If you are interested in working together either now or in the future then please contact us and sign up for our newsletter below. We would love to discuss your projects.

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Welcome to the Optalysys December 2016 Newsletter – your regular update on the latest developments in optical computing.  In this edition we cover our participation at supercomputing conference SC16 in Salt Lake City, UT, USA, an announcement that we have been accepted to present a demonstration at the bioinformatics conference AGBT in February 2017 in Miami, FL, USA, […]

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