Big Win For EnFuzion3D at MDeC Malaysia
Axceleon's, EnFuzion3D, a high performance render farm management
software wins a bid at MDeC in Malaysia.
MDeC is a agency in Malaysia focused on ensuring the success of MSC
Malaysia and the companies operating in it. The agency advises the
Malaysian Government on legislation and policies, develops MSC practices
and set standards for multimedia operations.
Huntington Beach, CA, May 13, 2010 -- Axceleon™, a leader in high
performance cloud computing solutions for render farms, computational
grids and cloud environments announced today its EnFuzion3D software was
selected by MDeC Malaysia as render farm management software to run on a
128 node IBM BladeCenter.
Multimedia Development Corporation (MDeC), is a high-powered 'one-stop
agency' focused on ensuring the success of MSC Malaysia and the companies
operating in it. MDeC‟s role is to advise the Malaysian Government on
legislation and policies, develop MSC Malaysia-specific practices, and
set breakthrough standards for multimedia operations. They also promote
MSC Malaysia locally and globally, as well as support companies which are
located within MSC Malaysia.
The recent MDeC RFP was for a 128 node high performance computing (HPC)
cluster with each render node requiring 8 cores for use by CG companies
in Kuala Lumpur and across Malaysia. EnFuzion was specified as a
mandatory, required component in the MDeC RFP for render farm management
“Taking into account MDeC‟s mission, which is to realize Malaysia as a
global hub and preferred location for ICT and multimedia innovations,
services and operations, this major investment in 128 nodes of IBM
BladeCenter and our EnFuzion3D software certainly confirms MDeC takes its
mission very seriously”, said Mary Keogh, chief operating officer at
Axceleon. “We are pleased our EnFuzion3D software was included in the
initial MDeC RFP, indicating their trust and confidence in our products
and even more excited when IBM won the bid for the 128 node HPC cluster.
The combination of IBM BladeCenter technology and EnFuzion3D„s mission
critical render farm management enables a cost-effective, high-
performance rendering environment delivering proven on-demand rendering
capability to MDeC”, commented Mary Keogh.
To learn more aboutEnFuzion3D please contact Axceleon at
email@example.com or visit our website: http://www.enfuzion3d.com.
About EnFuzion3D for Render Farms
Axceleon Inc. is the provider of EnFuzion® and CloudFuzionTM; the high-
performance distributed computing solutions for cloud environments, grids
and render farms. EnFuzion3D 2009TM is an industrial-strength render farm
management software solution. EnFuzion3D 2009TM runs natively on all
major OS platforms (Windows®, Linux®, Mac OS®) and all major 64/32-bit
hardware platforms. Plug-ins for all major rendering packages are
available, including Maya®, 3ds Max®, Toxik®, Softimage®, Nuke®,
Combustion®, Houdini®, After Effects®, Blender®, mental ray®, Vray®,
Turtle®, 3Delight® and more. EnFuzion® was first deployed on an SGI/Irix
render farm running Alias Maya® with CBS® News in 2000.
EnFuzion is also deployed in power & energy, financial, bioinformatics,
telecommunications, scientific research and engineering applications,
where it helps users to get more results faster. EnFuzion was one of the
first sizeable deployments of grid computing technology on Wall Street in
1999. To learn more about EnFuzion, and Axceleon, please visit
Huntington Beach, CA