Business News for the week of 16 June 2014

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SCDM Energie adopts Paradigm SeisEarth

16 June 2014 — Paradigm® announces that SCDM Energie has adopted Paradigm SeisEarth® as part of its corporate standard for comprehensive seismic interpretation and visualization. The announcement was made at the 76th European Association of Geoscientists & Engineers (EAGE) in Amsterdam.

 

Lenovo to help develop visualization technology solution

17 June 2014 — At the 76th EAGE Conference & Exhibition in Amsterdam, Lenovo announced its collaboration with NVIDIA, Magma, and Hue to develop a new visualization technology solution for exploration geophysics. The combined solution will provide the ability to render massive amounts of geophysical visualization data in seconds.

 

Sercel completes delivery of largest UNITE system to date

18 June 2014 — Sercel announces the completed delivery and field deployment of a 39,000-channel UNITE cable-free land seismic-acquisition system. The customer is a major international geophysical contractor, and the system is being deployed on a large high-production vibroseis survey in the north of Mexico. The project calls for 3D-3C acquisition.

UNITE is the only acquisition system available on the market that allows all data to be harvested and delivered for field processing, without the need for transcription, within 24 to 48 hours of acquisition.

 

Pronto Software offers mobile ERP

18 June 2014 — Pronto Software recently announced Pronto Xi 710 for enterprise resource planning (ERP), which allows for mobile-based application connectivity, allowing organizations to use Pronto applications on third-party mobile devices for more efficient onsite support.

ERP can be maximized by customizable standard application software that integrates business solutions for the core processes and main administration functions of an enterprise. ERP provides enhanced productivity, better material acquisition, and inventory control, among other things.