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OptiTex to use NVIDIA's new CUDA technology
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Jun '08
OptiTex has announced that it has joined forces to advance mutual R&D efforts with NVIDIA, the leading provider of visual computing technologies.

“Our technologies are allowing virtual designers within the video game industry to benefit from the unique tools OptiTex already provides to the textile industries,” states Ran Machtinger, President and CEO of OptiTex Ltd.

“By combining our design solution with NVIDIA's unique graphics processing unit, we're now at the forefront of bringing more lifelike simulation to video screens worldwide.”

OptiTex CAD/CAM technology is poised to add new dimensions of reality to video avatar movement via its customizable, easy-to-use virtual design system depicting true-to-life fabric motion.

NVIDIA's new CUDA technology enables its graphics processing unit to resolve complex computational problems. With 240-processor cores, computing with GPUs provides an unprecedented level of power and includes a complete suite of developer tools.

"OptiTex' software is an ideal fit for NVIDIA as it leverages the combined personalities of our CUDA enabled GPUs - rich graphics and data intensive computation," said Andy Keane general manager of the GPU Computing business at NVIDIA. "OptiTex' software will deliver new levels of creative freedom for designers."

“By joining with NVIDIA, we're creating a new generation of virtual designers,” concludes Machtinger. “Because OptiTex is already the leader in true-to-life textile technology it also expands the potential for their long-term career horizons.”

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