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From: Mark Sale - Next Level Solutions <mark>
Date: Tue, 21 Apr 2009 14:10:53 -0700
  ACCELLERANT was developed by a company cal= led ASPEED, which has been out of business for awhile now.  ACCELERANT= was actually a load balancing toolkit, which isn't especially relevant to = NONMEM. But, they also were in the business of developing parallel software= , and by all accounts were pretty good at it.  They came out with two = versions of ACCELLERANT for NONMEM (used ACCELERANT, but real trick was par= allel NONMEM).  Version 1 was not parallelized, just started with a va= riety of initial estimates and took the one that converged first (not very = clever or useful IMHO).  They had a least a beta of a true parallelize= d version (http://www.=
This worked, pretty well (again, in = my humble opinion ;-)), and could have been run on pretty much any of the e= nvironments you mention, could also be run on a simple LAN, a grid computin= g environment or in theory, a VPN accross the internet. 

<= br>Mark Sale MD
Next Level Solutions, LLC

-------- Original Message --------
Subject: [NMusers] NONMEM with ACCELLERANT
From: Santosh <santosh2005 Date: Tue, April 21, 2009 4:20 pm
To: nmusers
Dear NM users,
Some time ago there was a test case of using NONMEM with = Accellerant. Could anyone please share reviews about using ACCELLERANT with= NONMEM, in a cluster environment of multi-core multi-CPUs?


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