Ready-to-use software product for fast fingerprint, iris and face matching on the server-side of an AFIS or multi-biometric system for large-scale biometric projects.
MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard is a software solution that provides high speed, high volume biometric identification for national-scale projects.
MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard is a family of ready-to-use software products for fast fingerprint, iris and face matching on the server-side of an AFIS or multi-biometric system. These products are intended for large-scale biometric projects with up to several million people enrolled in the database.
A client communication module is included with MegaMatcher 10.0 SDK. The module allows the sending of a task to MegaMatcher Accelerator, querying the status of the task, retrieving the results and then removing the task. A high-level API is provided for the developer, all low-level communications are hidden.
MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard Performance and Scalability
|Cluster of MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard with N units||Database capacity||N × 4,000,000
|N × 1,000,000
|N × 5,000,000
|Matching speed||N × 35,000,000
fingerprints per second
|N × 35,000,000
faces per second
|N × 70,000,000
irises per second
A client communication module is included with MegaMatcher 10.0 Extended SDK. The module allows the sending of a task to MegaMatcher Accelerator, querying the status of the task, retrieving the results and then removing the task. A high-level API is provided for the developer, all low-level communications are hidden.
Database storage capacities for a single MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard unit are:
If a biometric template contains several fingerprint, face and/or iris records, the database storage capacity changes proportionally. The table below shows storage capacities for some combinations of fingerprints, faces and/or irises records. There are no limitations on the quantity of fingerprint, face or iris records in a template.
|Database storage capacities for single MegaMatcher Accelerator unit (templates)|
|One Template Contains:||MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard|
|1 fingerprint record||4,000,000|
|2 fingerprint records||2,000,000|
|1 face record||1,000,000|
|1 iris record||5,000,000|
|2 iris records||2,500,000|
|1 fingerprint + 1 face records||1,000,000|
|2 fingerprint + 1 face records||1,000,000|
|4 fingerprint + 1 face records||1,000,000|
|10 fingerprint + 1 face records||400,000|
|1 fingerprint + 1 iris records||4,000,000|
|1 fingerprint + 2 iris records||2,500,000|
|2 fingerprint + 1 iris records||2,000,000|
|2 fingerprint + 2 iris records||2,000,000|
|4 fingerprint + 2 iris records||1,000,000|
|10 fingerprint + 2 iris records||400,000|
|1 face + 1 iris records||1,000,000|
|1 face + 2 iris records||1,000,000|
|4 fingers + 1 face + 2 iris records||1,000,000|
|10 fingers + 1 face + 2 iris records||400,000|
The tables below show the performance of MegaMatcher Accelerator fast fingerprint, face and iris matching engines on the specified hardware. The fingerprint engine specifications are valid for databases that contain flat fingerprint templates with 48 minutiae in average.
|MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 Standard biometric engines matching speed
(templates per second)
|One template contains:||Maximized
|Default settings configuration||Maximized
|1 fingerprint record||35,000,000||27,000,000||3,500,000|
|2 fingerprint records||18,000,000||13,000,000||1,600,000|
|4 fingerprint records||8,000,000||6,000,000||700,000|
|8 fingerprint records||4,000,000||3,000,000||400,000|
|10 fingerprint records||3,500,000||2,500,000||350,000|
|1 face record||35,000,000|
|1 iris record||70,000,000|
|2 iris records||35,000,000|
All versions of MegaMatcher Accelerator 10.0 also include Fast Fingerprint Matcher, Fast Face Matcher, Fast Iris Matcher and Voice Matcher components for use in situations where the MegaMatcher Accelerator matching engine is either not required or cannot be used.
Disaster recovery licenses for MegaMatcher Accelerator software are also available. The disaster recovery licenses are intended for using in disaster recovery centers (DRC). A DRC is a location which has the same equipment as the primary site, completely mirrors the data environment of the primary site and is on standby while the primary site is working. If the primary site fails, the DRC takes over operations.
Please contact us for more information about the disaster recovery licenses.