[R] RE volution

mhs@re martin at revolution-computing.com
Sun Jan 27 20:44:01 CET 2008

John, great you found our initial press coverage on the Intel deal. We have
been working for years on performance-oriented enhancements, and have also
started to focus on support and commercialization issues. I realize that our
website is dated and high-level – that will be changing over the next few
months as we formally rollout out products (and company). In the meantime,
we would be happy to brief you about our plans in more detail offline. I can
be reached at martin at revolution-computing.com Glad you enjoyed our song!

Martin H. Schultz
Revolution Computing Inc.

John Maindonald wrote:
> Does anyone know any more than is in the following press release
> about REvolution Computing and their commercialization of R?
> http://www.intel.com/capital/news/releases/080122.htm
> "Intel Capital, the global investment arm of Intel Corporation, today  
> announced that it has invested in the Series A financing of REvolution  
> Computing, creator of parallel computing software for computational  
> statistics"
> "R has become the de-facto statistical language and REvolution  
> Computing's R-based solutions provide the necessary scale and support  
> for its growing commercial usage,” said Andre M. Boisvert, Revolution  
> Computing board member. “With this investment, Revolution Computing  
> can deliver the type of performance that has been missing in existing  
> computational statistics offerings."
> "For more information on Revolution Computing, RPro, and ParallelR,  
> visit
> www.revolution-computing.com"
> At present though, unless you have better success than me, all you  
> will get from the Revolution Computing site is a revolutionary song!
> John Maindonald             email: john.maindonald at anu.edu.au
> phone : +61 2 (6125)3473    fax  : +61 2(6125)5549
> Centre for Mathematics & Its Applications, Room 1194,
> John Dedman Mathematical Sciences Building (Building 27)
> Australian National University, Canberra ACT 0200.
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