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2008-04-24 - Bruno Cournier of PCinpact.com reviews Elemental Accelerator on Adobe Preimere Pro CS4 and finds commendable H.264 performance: "...solution de la firme permet de compresser une vidéo dans le dernier format de rigueur sur le marché, le H.264" or "The solution allows the firm to compress a video format in the last rigor on the market, H.264."
2007-12-29 - The Product: RapiHD - video-processing software that helps computers make greater use of their graphics-processing unit, or GPU. The need: Most PCs run off their central processing unit, leaving the GPU underused. Elemental's software will help PC users leverage the more powerful GPU to receieve, process and edit video files, said Sam Blackman, chief executive...
2007-12-14 - Elemental, located in downtown Portland is the brainchild of a group of former Pixelworks Inc. employees. Steeped in video chip design, Elemental's founders say they've discovered how to speed up video processing by harnessing untapped power in mass-produced graphics chips...
2007-10-20 - Elemental Technologies Inc., a Portland company that says it can vastly speed digital video production using standard personal computers, is this year's winner of the Bend Venture Conference's $150,000 investment prize. Subject, of course, to further negotiation and due diligence. Elemental Technologies beat out four finalists for the conference's main prize, nudging out close finisher RocketBux, a Bend-based company that has designed a new technology for beaming promotional coupons directly to consumer cell phones, said Bruce Juhola, one of the conference's organizers. Juhola is the managing partner of this year's group of 29 investors, who deliberated for an hour after the daylong conference to pick a winner...
2007-10-12 - Elemental Technologies Inc. has received a $205,000 investment from the Oregon Angel Fund. With that money in hand, the startup has raised another $295,000, andhas commitments from investors want to put in $110,000 more.

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