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NVIDIA Invests In GPU Accelerated Software Company

"We’re delighted to make this strategic investment in Acceleware. The
investment reflects our ongoing commitment and enthusiasm toward the ecosystem
of high performance computing based on GPU technologies," said Jeff Herbst, Vice
President of Business Development at NVIDIA. "We have the highest regard for
Acceleware and its management team, and believe they will quickly emerge as
leaders in the GPU Computing revolution."

"We’ve been collaborating with NVIDIA for over two years on the deployment of
GPUs to accelerate non-graphics software applications such as cell-phone design,
seismic data processing, printed circuit board design, drug discovery,
nanophotonic communications device design, reservoir simulation, lithography
mask design, and others," said Sean Krakiwsky, CEO of Acceleware. "NVIDIA’s
investment in Acceleware is an endorsement of these efforts and provides us with
significant additional funding to execute our business plan and to capitalize on
the rapidly growing demand for GPU-based computing products."

"We’re delighted to make this strategic investment in Acceleware. The
investment reflects our ongoing commitment and enthusiasm toward the ecosystem
of high performance computing based on GPU technologies," said Jeff Herbst, Vice
President of Business Development at NVIDIA. "We have the highest regard for
Acceleware and its management team, and believe they will quickly emerge as
leaders in the GPU Computing revolution."

"We’ve been collaborating with NVIDIA for over two years on the deployment of
GPUs to accelerate non-graphics software applications such as cell-phone design,
seismic data processing, printed circuit board design, drug discovery,
nanophotonic communications device design, reservoir simulation, lithography
mask design, and others," said Sean Krakiwsky, CEO of Acceleware. "NVIDIA’s
investment in Acceleware is an endorsement of these efforts and provides us with
significant additional funding to execute our business plan and to capitalize on
the rapidly growing demand for GPU-based computing products."

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