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The SeisJet Seismic Data Server software solution drastically speeds up conventional 3D/2D seismic processing flows executed by a seismic processing system (currently ProMAX, but integration with other processing systems is possible). The effect is especially prominent in case of processing of large volumes of seismic data on cluster architectures. Benchmark tests show approximately 10 times speed up of typical processing batches on the same hardware.

The SeisJet Seismic Data Server software operates with native seismic processing system datasets and its input and output are easily accessible by standard I/O facilities of the processing system.

How does it work?

The two keys to the significant speed up of the seismic processing are the following: 

  • Quick data read and quick sorting on read.
  • Optimized data distribution to parallelized processing flows.   


How does it look like?

The SeisJet Seismic Data Server solution includes the following components:

  • Data Server daemon, performing all actual I/O operations.
  • Input/Output modules (SJ Input and SJ Output) integrated into the seismic processing system and communicating with the server, to be used in the processing flows instead of the standard I/O routines.


The SeisJet Seismic Data Server  solution does not interfere with the seismic processing flow internals: processing modules are executed within the flows just as if the standard input and output were used. Lots of processing flows executing the same job are running in parallel just as independent flows without interfering with each other and thus achieving maximum scalability.

*ProMAX - is a registered trademark of Landmark Graphycs Corporation.
** The declared speed-up estimation is based on our own tests as well as some tests of our clients, executing conventional 2D/3D seismic processing flows on cluster computers. Actual speed-up may vary, depending on the hardware configuration and software settings.