Monday, May 16, 2011

Acceleware - keeping company with strategic partnerships and more

Acceleware (TSXV:AXE) is a Canadian based company headquartered in Calgary, AB, Canada. This company has just released news of a collaboration with AMD. This will no doubt offer the possibility of a substantial revenue stream. Here is a brief part of this news release - “The developer community is hungry for more education around open standards for software development, and we’re thrilled to work with AMD on this education series,” said Robert Miller, vice president of marketing and product management for Acceleware. “We’re tapping top-notch developers to lead our training courses and know that participants will find the sessions to be highly valuable as they continue to build innovative new applications.” The following link will take you to the full release.

In an attempt to help those of you who may not understand exactly what GPU computing is and how it differs from CPU computing I have found this link that should help many to reach a better understanding of this topic.

If this technology seems new and unfamiliar, it is likely due to the fact that in relative terms it is quite new. GPU computing does however seem poised to sweep through the technology sector as is indicated by this article.

Acceleware at present, following their recent restructuring arrangement, would seem poised to make significant strides in the growth of their company. They have assembled a list of partners and customers that contains the names of some of the biggest companies. Some of Acceleware's partners include Nvidia, Microsoft, AMD, Colfax International, Dell, HP, and Penguin Computing amongst
others. These companies are all considered Business Partners of Acceleware while their list of Solution Partners contains some very impressive names also. This would include the likes of Paradigm, Agilent Technologies, Crosslight Software, QWED, and Tsunami just to name some.

For anyone who finds investing in technology stocks an attractive sector, I would strongly suggest that you do your own due diligence on Acceleware. The company website at is a good place to start, as is where one can find all public filings on the company.

For disclosure purposes I have not received compensation of any kind for this post. I do own shares in Acceleware.

1 comment:

  1. please correct the typo 'startegic' in your heading