AccuSoft Ships 64-Bit Version of Award-Winning ImageGear Product in Addition to New Plug-in Components for Developers in the Scientific Market.
PHILADELPHIA -- Company Also Announces ImageGear Version 14.5 in Beta Testing (programming) beta testing - Testing a pre-release (potentially unreliable) version of a piece of software by making it available to selected users. This term derives from early 1960s terminology for product cycle checkpoints, first used at IBM but later standard throughout the
AccuSoft(R) Corporation announced today from the AIIM (Association for Information and Image Management International, Silver Spring, MD, www.aiim.org) A membership organization founded in 1943 devoted to creating industry standards and disseminating information about the document management industry. ON DEMAND conference that it is shipping a 64-bit version of its ImageGear(R) developers toolkit, as well as new plug-in components that will enable it to target ImageGear to developers creating applications for the scientific market. Additionally, the Company announced that ImageGear Version 14.5, featuring support for raw camera files, has entered beta testing and is expected to ship in June.
The introduction of ImageGear for 64bit maintains AccuSoft's position as the leader in the imaging market, and provides customers with dramatic performance improvements for their imaging and image-enabled applications. ImageGear for 64bit is available for both Intel/Itanium and AMD (Advanced Micro Devices, Inc., Sunnyvale, CA, www.amd.com) A major manufacturer of semiconductor devices including x86-compatible CPUs, embedded processors, flash memories, programmable logic devices and networking chips. 64-bit processors for Microsoft Windows See Windows.
(operating system) Microsoft Windows - Microsoft's proprietary window system and user interface software released in 1985 to run on top of MS-DOS. Widely criticised for being too slow (hence "Windoze", "Microsloth Windows") on the machines available then. platforms, as well as Sun Solaris and HP-UX HP's version of Unix that runs on its 9000 family. It is based on SVID and incorporates features from BSD Unix along with several HP innovations.
(operating system) HP-UX - The version of Unix running on Hewlett-Packard workstations. for UNIX UNIX
Operating system for digital computers, developed by Ken Thompson of Bell Laboratories in 1969. It was initially designed for a single user (the name was a pun on the earlier operating system Multics). platforms, and is priced from $3,995.
The two new optional components available for ImageGear - Advanced Data and Image Processing image processing
Set of computational techniques for analyzing, enhancing, compressing, and reconstructing images. Its main components are importing, in which an image is captured through scanning or digital photography; analysis and manipulation of the image, accomplished , and Advanced Core and Visualization Using the computer to convert data into picture form. The most basic visualization is that of turning transaction data and summary information into charts and graphs. Visualization is used in computer-aided design (CAD) to render screen images into 3D models that can be viewed from all - make ImageGear an ideal choice for developers creating advanced applications for the scientific market. The components represent the Company's continued investment in powerful imaging, mathematics and analysis algorithm technologies, which are targeted at researchers and scientists, and are the first of several new components that will be released over the coming months. The components are priced from $995 per component.
ImageGear Version 14.5, which has entered in beta testing, includes support for more than 50 raw camera file formats, as well as Adobe DNG DNG Double Negative
DNG Digital News Gathering (video media)
DNG Degrassi: the Next Generation (TV show)
DNG Deutsche Numismatische Gesellschaft
DNG Digital Negative Graphics (Digital Negative Format) and TIFF/EP (Electronic Photograph). As a result, digital photography applications created using ImageGear will offer end users greater creative control. Also priced from $3,995, the product is expected to ship on June 20th.
"ImageGear has set the benchmark in the industry for imaging toolkits since its release in 1996," stated Tom Leone, President, AccuSoft Corporation. "We have achieved and sustained our market-leading position by continually enhancing the product based on customer requirements, and with ImageGear for 64bit, the availability of the ImageGear components for scientific applications, and ImageGear 14.5, we've raised the bar again."
Since 1985, AccuSoft has been providing customers with the tools and technology they need to develop powerful imaging, image-enabled and data analysis applications. AccuSoft's award-winning ImageGear product is incorporated into thousands of applications used by over 50 million people worldwide. AccuSoft's VisiQuest product is a powerful image and data analysis and visualization software package that is used by major organizations in the medical imaging, biotech bi·o·tech
short for biotechnology
Noun 1. , and defense industries and academia. All AccuSoft products are delivered and supported by technical professionals who care about and are committed to solving customer's complex imaging and data analysis problems. Learn more about AccuSoft at http://www.accusoft.com.
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