Xoreax Debuts Grid Computing Software

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Xoreax has launched IncrediBuild-XGE, software that speeds up computational processes.

The software aims to turn a network of computers and servers into a private computing cloud that can also scale out to public clouds, Xoreax said Thursday. IncrediBuild runs on Microsoft Windows, allowing applications to become "grid-enabled" with low implementation costs and without changes to source code or architecture.

Xoreax said that the software eliminates computer farms and lowers ongoing maintenance costs. Xoreax, based in Tel Aviv, focuses on grid computing technology.

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