Published: 29.07.2011 18:04
Last updated: 24.07.2012 23:32
Deadline: 11.07.2013 02:00
An Italian SME has developed a remote 3D visualization technology that enables Technical Computing users to connect to Open Graphics Library applications running in a data center. The company is looking for organisations, managing complex variety of heterogenous data, interested in introducing the technology in their own system customizing it to their own needs.
Increasing dataset complexity means that as time comes to upgrade and replace the workstations, the next generation of hardware needs more memory, more graphics processing, more disk, and more CPU cores (central processing unit). This makes the workstation expensive, in need of cooling, and noisy.
Innovation in the field of remote 3D processing now allows companies to address these issues moving applications away from the Desktop into the data center. Instead of pushing data to the application, the application can be moved near the data.
The technology developed by an Italian company, offers an integrated solution to access, load balance and manage applications and desktop sessions running within a Visualization Farm (which can include both Linux and Windows resources, running on heterogeneous hardware).
• Maintains software performances enabling remote access to interactive software applications;
• Saves time eliminating the need to move the data to the desktop, reducing data load;
• Facilitates back-up and sharing and keeps the data securely into the datacenter;
• Avoids unnecessary duplication of data;
• Enables right sizing of system allocation based on user's dynamic needs;
• Makes all applications, updates and patches instantly available to everyone, without any changes to original code;
• Supports cross-platorm access in a heterogeneous network environment;
• Improves usability to probe massive stores of complex data through scientific visualization and interpretation.
Already on the market
Type of organisation: Industry
- Type of partner sought: companies or research organisation or public organisations.
- Specific area of activity of the partner: ict, tasks to be developed with virtual reality, management of huge amounts of data.
- Task to be performed by the partner sought: interest in introducing the technology in own activities, even adapting it to own needs.