Zircon Computing Announces Latest Software Release Version 3.1 for Financial Institutions and Industries to provide Adaptive Distributed and Parallel Computing on Demand

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Zircon Computing today released Version 3.1 of the Zircon Software Product Suite of adaptive middleware and high performance software. The company also announced that it will provide a free trial license for usage in up to 256 cores through May 9, 2010.

"With this release Zircon software delivers several performance improvements, including inprocess multicore optimizations that Zircon's adaptive load balancer uses to scale the parallel processing of service requests, as well as exposes the powerful zNet service delivery platform to C++ application developers" said Alexander Mintz, CEO of Zircon Computing.

The zNet patternoriented middleware delivers a comprehensive array of functionality, including a realtime highperformance computing environment that enables the rapid development of cooperating business tasks by simplifying and automating key distributed programming tasks, and adaptive load balancing with realtime feedback.

Mintz adds: "these enhancements are a direct result of our client requests and exemplify our commitment to our customers and this marketplace. Our clients can now take full advantage of multicore processors and cloud computing environments without significant code changes or application retrofitting."

Zircon also announced that a free trial license is available for download through May 9, 2010 for usage in up to 256 cores. The company also published developer's documentation, with comprehensive examples, and an updated product overview guide is available at the company website at: www.zircomp.com.
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