This is a new blog where Bitsum documents our on-going efforts to be at the forefront of innovation in a number of areas, but particularly PC and Server Real-Time Optimization.
Bitsum LLC has been around since 2002, originally developing the advanced Windows Executable compressor PECompact and other developer utilities. PECompact has been used by no-less than Google on their Google Desktop application (no longer available).
We’ve shown the world how PCs can run faster and more optimally. We’ve literally created new industries with our real-time optimization found in Process Lasso. We’ve shown the world how parked CPUs and frequency scaling substantially affect the performance of bursting CPU loads, and conquered a deficiency in the Windows CPU Scheduler with our ProBalance algorithm. We created a graphical demo of the effect, so check it out for yourself!
We even spent some time in embedded systems research and development, unlocking the infamous Linksys WRT54Gv5+ when it was closed to linux firmwares. We also worked to develop a web based interface and consumer friendly distribution OpenWrt, called X-Wrt. At present, we don’t do much in this area, though are always geared up to rejoin this industry should we choose.