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June 14, 2012

Xoreax Demos IncrediBuild-XGE, a Must Have for Development Teams

Over a decade ago, Xoreax noticed a very real problem – development teams were wasting precious hours of the day waiting for software cord builds to be completed.

“Teams were just unable to carry on with the work because of waiting for software build compilation to end,” Uri Mishol, co founder and chairman of Xoreax, told TMCnet at Cloud Expo East 2012 in New York this morning. “The idea was to take advantage of unutilized power in PCs – in the local network in offices – to distribute compilation tasks in parallel across PCs on the network and to speed up the process and the end result was incredible.”

The result was the launch of IncrediBuild, a product that has revolutionized the way software development tools are building their code. Accordingly, for the past 10 years, Xoreax has been providing high-quality solutions for the professional software community with a technological emphasis on Grid Computing technology.

Thanks to its decade of experience in Grid Computing technology, Xoreax's products are being used daily in over 2,000 companies and organizations across more than 50 countries worldwide, and in over 20 percent of the Fortune 100 companies. But its flagship offering IncrediBuild is what the company was looking to brag about at Cloud Expo.

IncrediBuild utilizes XGE Technology to help solve the long build time bottleneck. With IncrediBuild, computational processes such as Microsoft (News - Alert) Visual Studio builds, make-based processes, development scripts and other CPU-intensive processes can be dramatically accelerated, according to company officials. This week at Cloud Expo, Xoreax was demoing its IncrediBuild-XGE, a new product that was launched earlier this year.

IncrediBuild-XGE is a software-based distributed computing solution that accelerates time-intensive computational processes. It is touted for transforming a network of PCs and servers into a private computing cloud, allowing utilization of unused computing power and creating a heavy-duty compute farm best described as a "Virtual Supercomputer," all without requiring additional resources.

“The product opens the technology to accelerate not just code builds but any other time sensitive computational process that can be essentially paralyzed and distributed across PCs,” Mishol said. “The idea is to allow time consuming applications to tap into the combined computing power of PCs and servers in the existing organizational infrastructure and use them to get a newer super computer scale performance infrastructure.”

“The response has been amazing,” he added. “We are seeing software vendors who are using the technology to speed up their development time procedures and using the same technology to speed up their end user experience. We are giving a best-of-breed approach to easily providing the private cloud without having to extensively change your code or compromise on security. We have what we feel is a very high quality and cost-effective solution.”

According to Mishol, what makes IncrediBuild-XGE so unique is that it allows customers to accelerate their applications without having to change their codes at all because Xoreax has an in house developed technology that virtualizes computational processes.

Recently, Sarin Technologies, a provider of advanced planning, evaluation, and measurement systems for diamond grading and gemstone production, adopted IncrediBuild-XGE, a move that allows Sarin to “not only maximize diamond value for clients involved in gemstone production and extraction, but also enable them to save significant time and resources,” according to officials.

Sarin is using IncrediBuild-XGE to accelerate the performance of Sarin Advisor, a specialized diamond analysis application that maximizes the value of raw diamonds. The software calculates millions of potential diamond cutting options and identifies optimal cutting patterns based on stone attributes including size, weight, and internal flaws.

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Edited by Jamie Epstein
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