The following is a selection of companies and organizations that are using our products.
Lombard Odier Group, headquartered in Geneva, Switzerland, has selected Ice as the communication platform for its new wealth management system, including components and applications directly and indirectly connected to the system. Competing against the CORBA-based product used in the bank's existing system, Ice won out for its performance, productivity, ease of use, and complete interoperability between different programming languages (including Microsoft .NET).
UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions is the global service company of UniCredit dedicated to providing services in the sectors of Information and Communication Technology, Back Office and Middle Office, Real Estate, Security, and Procurement. The Company has more than 11,000 employees and oversees activities in 11 countries: Austria, Germany, Italy, Poland, Great Britain, Czech Republic, Romania, Slovakia, Hungary, USA and Singapore.
UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions uses Ice for its USP system, an internal cross-asset Web application connected to various internal pricing and trading systems that enables UniCredit sales staff to meet the special needs of its customers. Ice gives UniCredit Business Integrated Solutions the ability to scale its services as needed and to integrate components based on different technologies.
Computer Hardware and Software
Instead of building on video cables, which are always bound to be 1-to-1 connections, DaaS uses standard IP networks as pixel transport medium. This allows to use all the flexibility of a network in a generic m-to-n connection for pixel transport as well. In addition, DaaS is a pure software solution and does not require any expensive hardware, which allows to integrate arbitrary hosts and operating systems as sources or sinks in a DaaS installation.
SGI uses Ice to build SGI Management Suite, a comprehensive, best-in-class, SGI platform-wide software set for installing, managing and monitoring high performance computing systems. SGI Management Suite software provides a powerful yet flexible interface through which to monitor essential system metrics and initiate management actions. It reduces the time and resources spent administering systems by improving software maintenance procedures and automating repetitive tasks - lowering total cost of ownership, increasing productivity, and providing a better return on the customer's technology investment. SGI Management Suite optimizes the performance of single system image systems and clusters scaling to tens of thousands of servers, and is a unifying component of SGI's technical computing software environment.
Argon ST is a leading developer of communications, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (C4ISR) systems that support operational commanders by producing and delivering information in time to impact critical decisions.
BAE Systems Australia is developing a real time simulation to train Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) crew on the operation of the AP-3C aircraft Electronic Surveillance Measures (ESM) equipment. The simulation (aka SW-SIM CSCI) is a distributed application, hosted on multiple Linux and Windows operating systems. SW-SIM is deployed in three separate facilities, viz. the Operational Mission Simulator, Part Task Trainer 10 Squadron, and Part Task Trainer 292 Squadron. The Ice software is used to provide lifecycle control of the distributed applications, and information distribution between the distributed applications.
Indra has selected Ice as the communication infrastructure for its new EWE3100 product family. Indra is the premier Information Technology company in Spain and a leading IT multinational in Europe and Latin America. It is ranked as the second European company in its sector according to stock market capitalisation, and also the second Spanish company with the most investment in R&D. In 2008, revenues reached 2,380 M, of which a third came from the international market. The company employs more than 29,000 professionals and has clients in more than 100 countries.
From the sea floor to the surface, L-3 Nautronix Australia provides maritime systems and solutions in the surface, undersea, and geospatial domains to Government and Commercial agencies around the globe. The company offers a full suite of geospatial services and software tools, including integrated Maritime Domain Awareness systems, hydrographic survey systems, Vessel Tracking Systems, Chart Production (ENC & Paper), ECDIS solutions, ENC and cartographic tools, and display tools.
Lockheed Martin uses Ice as part of its work in video and image indexing, retrieval, and exploitation efforts. Headquartered in Bethesda, Md., Lockheed Martin is a global security company that employs about 146,000 people worldwide and is principally engaged in the research, design, development, manufacture, integration, and sustainment of advanced technology systems, products, and services.
Marathon Targets is a leading provider of autonomous robotic target systems. Marathon Targets delivers a step change in realism and challenge of live-fire training exercises. Marathon's distributed software architecture uses Ice communication middleware and is based on the open-source Orca framework available from SourceForge.
Gale has selected ZeroC's Internet Communication Engine (Ice) as the object middleware for their new content search and delivery platform.
Rohde & Schwarz is a leading supplier of solutions in the fields of test and measurement, broadcasting, radiomonitoring, and radiolocation, as well as mission-critical radiocommunications. Rohde & Schwarz uses Ice as its communications platform for wireless network optimization systems.
DATADVANCE is a Russian company specialized in the development of software for design process automation, predictive modeling, intellectual data analysis, and multi-disciplinary optimization. Its product provides users with unique, proprietary, and state-of-the-art algorithms for dimension reduction, design of experiments, sensitivity analysis, meta-modeling, and uncertainty quantification as well as modern single, multi-objective, and robust optimization strategies. The software uses Ice as its middleware technology.
Mechdyne is one of the world's largest companies dedicated to consulting and development of turnkey advanced Audio Visual (AV), immersive 3D, networked, and collaborative visualization solutions. Mechdyne uses Ice in Conduit, an immersive software solution that enables desktop 3D applications to operate on PC clusters, virtual environments, and tiled high resolution displays.
GE Healthcare has selected Ice for use in PACS systems for cross-platform connectivity. GE Healthcare provides transformational medical technologies and services that are shaping a new age of patient care. GE Healthcare's expertise in medical imaging and information technologies, medical diagnostics, patient monitoring systems, performance improvement, drug discovery, and biopharmaceutical manufacturing technologies is helping clinicians around the world re-imagine new ways to predict, diagnose, inform, and treat disease, so their patients can live their lives to the fullest.
Headquartered in the United Kingdom, GE Healthcare is a $17 billion unit of General Electric Company (NYSE: GE). Worldwide, GE Healthcare employs more than 46,000 people committed to serving healthcare professionals and their patients in more than 100 countries.
Geomant is a System Integrator specialising in telephony, Computer Telephony Integration (CTI), and unified communications. Geomant has offices in the US and throughout Europe. Geomant uses Ice as a communication layer within its CTI solutions.
OMC International is a maritime engineering company specialising in ship motion analysis, under keel clearance (UKC) systems, optimised dredging and mooring systems.
Established in Melbourne in 1987, OMC continues to develop world-leading software programs to maximise the cargo-carrying capacity of large vessels while ensuring safe navigation through shallow waterways, river systems and port approach channels.
Its award-winning DUKC technology is installed in most major Australian ports, and also in NZ and Europe. Since the first system was installed in Queensland's Hay Point coal terminal in 1993, this technology has provided more than US$10 billion in economic benefits to ports and port users worldwide and helped reduce the risk of ship groundings.
This Australian family-owned company also has offices in Europe and South America.
Solution Space (Singapore) uses Ice as a foundation for customized cross-platform industrial software applications such as information display systems and data communication systems.
A+W is the global market leader for software in the flat glass industry as well as the windows and doors business. The company develops ERP, PPS, and optimization software in order to make glass and window manufacturers even more efficient.
A+W solutions control and optimize the whole value chain, from basic glass to finished windows or facade elements. A+W products are suitable for small, mid-sized, and large companies. A+W optimizes its customers' yield, reduces the production costs, shortens the lead times, improves the quality and thus increases customer satisfaction.
A+W has been active on the market for more than 35 years and sells its products worldwide. A+W cooperates with the most experienced and competent companies in the industry. This close networking helps A+W to always provide the best possible solution for its customers' demands.
A+W is a wholly owned company of Constellation Software Inc, which is listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "CSU". The Company acquires, manages and builds vertical market software businesses.
Baosight selected Ice as the distributed computing foundation for iPlature. As an application development platform targeted at process control and computer-aided manufacturing, iPlature provides a wide range of services, including process management, data acquisition, logging, reporting, and database access. For more information on iPlature, see here (Chinese).
Shanghai Baosight Software Company (known as Baosight) was established in 1979 as the automation division for the Baosteel Group (ranking 298 in Fortune 500). It became a public company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange in April 2001. Baosight is one of the largest IT companies and Most Competent IT Service Providers in China, and is especially strong in the manufacturing industry and in embedded software development.
TRUMPF is a leading global high-technology company that produces machine tools, lasers, and electronics for industrial applications. TRUMPF's technologies are used in the manufacture of the most diverse products, from vehicles, building technology, and mobile devices to state-of-the-art power and data storage. As an independent, family-owned company we think and act long-term, and this is why they have been a guarantor of innovations for many decades now.
Wolf Systeme AG, Germany, offers a variety of complex machine vision solutions primarily for the manufacturing industry. These machine vision solutions are built on their software MVplus. Several components of Ice provide the communication platform for MVplus.
Bitplane has selected Ice for the next generation of the ImarisXT module.
Imaris is Bitplane's core scientific software module that delivers all the necessary functionality for data visualization, analysis, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets. Combining speed, precision and ease-of-use, Imaris provides a complete set of features for working with three- and four-dimensional multi-channel images of any size, from a few megabytes to multiple gigabytes in size. Imaris enables researchers to upload, visualize and process images acquired from many various confocal and wide field microscopes. With Imaris it is possible to analyse complex, multi-dimensional data and gain new and groundbreaking insights into the structure-function relationships within and between cells and their compartments captured in a microscopic image stack.
ImarisXT is a multi-functional two-way interface from Imaris to classic programming languages, Matlab, and other imaging software programs. It allows rapid development and integration of custom algorithms that are specific and tailored to scientific applications where generic image processing would fail. ImarisXT bridges the gap between complex code developed by computer scientists and the standardized easy to use interface for visualization and analysis of Imaris.
Bitplane, the world's leading Interactive Microscopy Image Analysis software company, was founded in 1992 and operates out of two offices: one in Zurich, Switzerland and one in Saint Paul, MN, USA. Bitplane serves customers in all parts of the world with direct representation in the US, Canada, China and Europe and through partner organizations in Asia and Australia. Through constant innovation and a clear focus on 3D & 4D imaging, Bitplane actively shapes the way scientists process microscopic images.
Bitplane was acquired by Andor Technology plc. in 2009. Andor is a world leader in Scientific Imaging, Spectroscopy Solutions and Microscopy Systems. Andor's vast product portfolio and experience brings the capacity and system knowledge to further expand the technological developments from Bitplane.
Glencoe Software uses Ice to enable cross-language communications for its Data Management Engine, the leading high-content image data management and visualization tool for the life sciences. Based on an open source foundation from the Open Microscopy Environment, the Glencoe Software DME leverages world-leading expertise in image data management for the academic research, biotech, and pharmaceutical sectors.
Oil and Gas
DownUnder GeoSolutions is an innovative, global geosciences company with a diverse range of capabilities. Their products and services are at the cutting edge of exploration and production services to the oil and gas industry.
DownUnder GeoSolutions strength is the integrated approach across a comprehensive service offering:
- Seismic acquisition planning
- Seismic processing
- Depth imaging
- Quantitative interpretation
- Depth conversion
- DUG software
The DUG Insight interpretation software uses Ice as part of its data links to other petroleum industry software.
The Laboratory for Laser Energetics at the University of Rochester has selected Ice as the communications infrastructure for the Omega EP project, a petawatt laser to be used for fusion and high-density energy research.
The Braxton Technologies, LLC ACE Premier™ product line provides mission planning and scheduling; modeling and simulation; and command and control for government and commercial users. ACE Premier™, which is currently in its third generation, is highly standardized and configurable in order to dramatically reduce implementation risk and accelerate system deployment. To further increase implementation flexibility and usability, the upcoming fourth generation of ACE Premier™ will use Ice as its infrastructure.
Skype uses Ice as part of its communications infrastructure. Skype is the world's fastest-growing Internet communication offering, allowing people everywhere to make unlimited voice and video communication for free among the users of Skype software. Skype is available in 27 languages and is used in almost every country around the world.
SeaChange International is a leading provider of software applications, services and integrated solutions for the management and monetization of Video on Demand (VOD), digital advertising, and content acquisition. For the past 16 years SeaChange International has continued to serve the world's media companies, and deliver strategic opportunities to broadband and broadcast operators. Ice software is used as the communication infrastructure in SeaChange International's open streaming gateway product.
WaveFax Technologies, an enterprise software solution supplier, provides Fax Automation Solutions for any size business. With more than ten years of experience and expertise across industries, WaveFax has become a qualified enterprise solution provider in China to streamline business processes based on fax.
WaveFax's fax server software solution helps enterprises increase efficiency and productivity by improving paper-based faxing processes. It's a flexible, customizable solution enabling different scales of enterprises to process and manage faxes in a paperless and digital way.
JOANNEUM RESEARCH has selected Ice for AKUT, a distributed audio signal processing system for automated detection and announcement of imminent danger in road traffic tunnels. Ice is used to divide the computationally intensive and long running application into several manageable components to provide expandability and robustness.
JOANNEUM RESEARCH is one of the largest non-university research institutions in Austria. The role as an innovative partner for business and administration is reflected in the wide range of services. Apart from applied research and development for small and medium-sized enterprises JOANNEUM RESEARCH offers custom-designed technical business consulting, and vast expertise in interdisciplinary management of complex research contracts at a national and international level.
Ice has been selected as middleware for the new communications infrastructure of Vialis' traffic applications called ViCinity. It is the basis for secure and distributed communications between applications.
Ice is the core communications infrastructure for Zedas' product suite, a system for telediagnosis, condition-based maintenance and plant management.