DriverSupport.com Announces Integration of Active Optimization Feature Powered by Veloxum

AUSTIN, TX—(Marketwired — Feb 11, 2015) -DriverSupport.com, a global market leader for driver-related services, announced the integration of Veloxum’s PC acceleration software into its proprietary driver management tool. Starting on January 19, the patented Veloxum technology was made available as a value add to select channels and customers in form of a new Active Optimization feature that observes disk speed, boot speed, network upload, and download speeds, and improves overall system efficiency based on unique point in time usage, and location-specific factors.

The feature was released on a small scale via an opt-in process during the initial phase, which grants the development team at DriverSupport.com ample opportunity to gauge user reactions and update behaviors accordingly. Over the course of the following months it will be rolled out across the board as a stand-alone product that can be accessed through various channels and platforms. With this savvy addition to the well-thought out portfolio, the company will be able to assist customers in keeping their computers running smoothly and up-to-date.

Veloxum represents an Enterprise-proven technology that offers expert performance management solutions certified by Citrix Systems, IBM, Microsoft, and VMware and delivers to high-profile clients including Colgate, Palmolive, Maimonides Medical, and the US Department of Energy. The Veloxum approach is unique to the consumer marketplace and represents the first real optimization software that aims to upgrade overall system efficiency on an ongoing basis actively adapting to changing environmental factors. This goal is in stark contrast to traditional registry cleaners and other optimizers, which generally only ‘clean’ Windows files and registry databases in a generally prescribed manner, and can in no way achieve the technology level that Veloxum is renowned for.

Previously only available to large enterprises, this joint development effort between Veloxum andDriverSupport.com represents a shining example of cutting-edge Enterprise IT re-packaged for everyday consumers. Based on LaGrange’s mathematical formulas, intelligent algorithms, and network packet transmission analyses, customers can benefit from multiple improvements that can enhance the overall performance of their PCs. “It is like having your own dedicated IT professional continuously optimizing your system whether you are at home or at your favorite coffee shop based on what you are doing that day” says Bogdan Odulinski, VP Strategy and Business Development at DriverSupport.com. After gathering information on the behavior and usage patterns of a user, system hardware, and network environment, various system configuration changes are made to optimize performance unique to the respective system. Changes include disk access parameters, network stack configurations and OS specific parameters that affect boot speed all combining to an increase in overall performance. The software even takes into consideration which Internet service provider a computer is communicating through and makes appropriate alterations to enable the most efficient Internet communications possible. Furthermore, some specific enhancements are made that are geared at increasing the speed of Microsoft Office with more applications to follow soon.

DriverSupport.com is the company name (DBA) for PC Drivers Headquarters, LP located in Austin, Texas. Their universal software and associated services specialize in assisting customers in the search and installation of matching drivers based on driver scanning technologies and their extensive driver database. Interested users can download the proprietary tool free of charge and after a trial period can opt to sign up for an annual subscription to gain unrestricted access to all features. Registered subscribers can take advantage of a 24/7 technical support service that can easily be reached by phone, email, or remote screen sharing.

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