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MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 for Rapid Biometric Identification Matches Up to 200 Million Irises or 100 Million Fingerprints Per Second
Date:11/2/2010

onnected in a cluster to manage databases with billions of records.

"In the last few years, a number of countries have engaged in very large, national-scale biometric projects that require identification or de-duplication of records for tens or hundreds of millions of people," said Dr. Algimantas Malickas, CEO of Neurotechnology. "For better reliability, such projects may require not only a single biometric modality, but multi-biometric identification. MegaMatcher Accelerator is specially designed for such large-scale applications. Adding fast iris identification and increasing both speed and managed volume allows us to increase the reliability of such systems while decreasing both complexity and pricing," Dr. Malickas added.

MegaMatcher 3.0 is available in both Extended and Standard versions. System benchmarks for both MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 versions are among the fastest in the industry:

  • MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 Extended Version offers the highest performance for applications that require extremely fast matching with a large volume of data. Working on an HP ProLiant DL360G7 server with 96GB RAM, MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 Extended can manage a database of up to 30 million fingerprints and perform 1:N matching at a speed of 100 million fingerprints per second; it can manage a database of up to 50 million irises and perform 1:N matching at a speed of 200 million irises per second.
  • MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 Standard Version is a fast, cost-effective, PC-based solution for customers with smaller biometric applications. Working on a PC with an i7 processor, 12GB RAM, 1.5TB HDD, MegaMatcher Accelerator 3.0 Standard can manage databases of up to 5 million irises or 3 million fingerprints and can perform matching of up to 35 million fingerprints or 70 million irises per second.

  • MegaMatcher and MegaMatcher Accelerator technology is used in a wide variety of

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