SMT’s KINGDOM Now Supports Windows Vista

April 16, 2009 at 8:08 pm Leave a comment

Seismic Micro-Technology (SMT), purveyor of Windows-based geoscientific interpretation software, announced that the company’s KINGDOM software now supports Microsoft’s Windows Vista operating system. Vista’s 64-bit architecture greatly improves performance running SMT’s KINGDOM software. In some internal benchmarks, performance has shown to be three times faster when running Windows Vista and 64-bit. SMT’s support for Windows Vista also seamlessly integrates with the enhanced security and manageability features within the platform.

Commenting on the announcement, Indy Chakrabarti, director of marketing at SMT, said: “Data security on PCs has been a growing concern among companies. Geoscientific data is no exception – in fact, this data is highly proprietary. By supporting our customers on Windows Vista, we can provide KINGDOM interpreters higher security controls on their PCs and better data protection against theft or destruction. In addition, the move to 64-bit computing greatly enhances performance for our customers.”

SMT customers who wish to upgrade to Vista will be able to take advantage of the improved performance and security features and reduce the demand on IT support resources as Vista can detect and resolve many problems automatically.


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