San Diego, January 12, 2009 - IntegrityWare announces the release of its new Extreme Performance Library (EXLIb). For companies developing visualization, measurement, optical analysis, Finite Element, NC, architecture, or other geometry based applications, EXLib provides the turbo charged performance to compete at the very highest level. Performing complex math operations on large data sets is common in these geometric applications, and EXLib is the high performance solution. EXLib leverages the trend of multi-processor computer architectures. EXLib is a multi-threaded, high performance extension to IntegrityWare's powerful SOLIDS++ geometric modeling kernel.
EXLib takes full advantage of modern multi-core computer architectures to deliver optimum performance. EXLib provides multithreading of the most common and compute intensive operations, with multi-threaded tessellation and surface / point solvers. The EXLib tessellator creates a crack free, water tight mesh. Projecting points onto surfaces and mesh generation is now significantly faster with EXLib based applications. EXLib delivers up to 10x performance improvements on quad core machines. EXLib can be integrated with applications using the SOLIDS++ kernel, or also with applications using other kernel modeling systems.