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Video March 30, 2021
Virtuseis Knowledge Series – Mergers, Acquisitions, Divestitures and Seismic Data

Join Hal Burton, Software Developer of Seisinfo and myself, Jonathan Banyard, VP Sales for Virtuseis, for a discussion regarding mergers, acquisitions, divestitures in the latest episode of our Virtuseis Knowledge Series (11:46​ mins) We show how the seismic

Video February 11, 2021
Where is my Data? – Part 3

Join Hal Burton and myself for the third and final discussion in this series, answering the question “Where is my Data?” In this episode we determine where the actual data volumes reside, physically and digitally and how we

Video January 8, 2021
Where is my Data? – Part 2

This video (13 mins) is Part 2 of our “Where is my data” series. This is a question that has 3 distinct and separate answers & in this episode, Hal and I demonstrate how you can locate your

Video December 19, 2020
Where is My Data? Part 1

Another chapter in our Virtuseis Knowledge Series. In this video we ask the question “Where is my data?” This question actually has three separate answers and in this discussion we deal with the first answer:” Where on the

Video October 23, 2020
GeoConvention 2020 – CSEG Virtual Convention Review and a look to the Future

2020 was the first year the GeoConvention was held virtually. Here we discuss what worked, new suggestions and will it be a hybrid of virtual and in person next year as things reopen. With Kirk Graham of SoundQI,

Video September 22, 2020
Network Cloud Hybrid Storage

As part of our Virtuseis Knowledge Series, in this video we demonstrate how Seisinfo™ connects you to your data, not only on your network, but also to your cloud storage. It also points to your physical data storage

Cutting Data with Seisinfo™

As part of our Virtuseis Knowledge Series, we show how to cut Survey and SEG-Y 3D seismic data, using tools native to our Seisinfo™ application. We create new partial Survey and SEG-Y volumes, leaving the original volumes in

Guide August 4, 2020
Guide to migrating and storing seismic data in the cloud

If you are considering a strategy to move your data to a cloud-based solution, then this guide is for you. Moving from traditional to cloud storage is a complex process, and you want to ensure it is executed

Article March 11, 2020
Mid-size Independent Oil and Gas Producer completes 4.2 million item migration of seismic data to AWS

Published March 11, 2020 at 5:13am on CALGARY, AB – Virtuseis, a leader in geophysical technology, announced today that it has recently completed a successful, full migration of a mid-size independent oil and gas producer’s seismic data to

Video January 28, 2020
AWS Snowball vs MS Azure Appliance

Dr. Chris Harrison and Allan Chatenay check out the differences between the AWS Snowball Edge and the Azure Data Box.

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