iPod data delivery for Veritas

Veritas is delivering seismic projects to clients on Apple iPods.

Writing in Veritas’ Veritrax magazine, Tamara Oleksow reveals that the Calgary-based depth imaging group has adopted a novel seismic delivery mechanism. Anisotropic depth imaging projects covering over 200 square kilometers will be delivered on the Apple iPod—a hard drive-based MP3 music player. iPods engraved with the Veritas logo will be given away with the data. The iPod’s 20 GB hard drive replaces CDs and DVDs for delivering seismic data volumes. FireWire or USB II connections allow for rapid data transfer to client workstations.

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