Veriscape, Inc. builds revolutionary high-performance business software that provides our customers with sustained competitive advantage. Through our innovative solutions, we create unprecedented access to information that maximizes customer investments in technology.
Our goal is twofold:
Veriscape offers a set of products based on the patented systems design and architecture, NVSI, NetCentric Virtual Supercomputing Infrastructure. This novel approach allows our clients to experience increased value from their existing technology investments. The origins of this unprecedented approach to solving business problems is based on years of research and development by a team of world-class computer scientists, neuroscientists and mathematicians.
Our flagship product, IntelleCat, is an intelligent, cost-effective catalog acquisition and search tool that delivers the savings promised through e-procurement systems.
NVSI-based software can be used to solve a broad range of critical-demand business problems, including:
Veriscape is headquartered in Los Alamos, New Mexico, and has offices in California, Colorado, and New York.
We believe our most important assets are people.
We believe that it is possible to build quality software profitably, and, therefore, we strive continuously for engineering perfection.
Veriscape was incorporated in May 1999. Prior to incorporation, Veriscape commissioned a team of world-class computer scientists, neuroscientists and mathematicians to develop a new approach in the high performance computer-software space. The project goal was to develop a novel architecture that economically solves a class of complex computational problems requiring high-end parallel processing throughput, but that did not justify the expense of a dedicated supercomputer.
The R&D team reviewed the original work in computer design all the way back to the seminal works of Alan Turing and John von Neumann. Our team believed it was possible, with the advent of new technologies (JINI, Java, 64-bit processors), to build a virtual machine in software that performs large-scale parallel computations, provides parallel data access, and adapts its structure in response to previous outcomes and to evolving changes in the problem space. The result was the design for a Netcentric Virtual Supercomputing Architecture (NVSI), which is the foundation of science that underlies all Veriscape technology.
But the theory of NVSI required practical implementation. The first engineering constraint placed on the team was that the implementation had to take place on commercially available hardware and operating systems. The second constraint was to design this product for delivery on standard networks, be they Internet, intranet or extranet. The third constraint was that the software environment needed to be engineered in a modular, component-based design. This would allow the software to "plug and play" with existing applications and networks.
Along the way, the team came upon a rather remarkable discovery. They realized that the NVSI concept could apply not only to extremely complex problems, but also to a wide range of business problems across different industries. The significance of this finding has profound commercial implications. Any performance-constrained, network-based application that requires increased speed, data access and scalability is a candidate for the NVSI technology. The result of this engineering effort was the creation of several innovations that are in the patent-application process.