Visualization for Complex Data Sets

July 13, 2006
The HP Scalable Visualization Array (SVA) uses industrystandard components and advances in clustering, graphics, and networking technology for visualizing and analyzing complex data sets

. SVA technology is said to produce a vast, high-resolution display wall of 100 million pixels at about half the cost of competitive products. The HP SVA consists of a cluster of HP workstations running Linux, graphics cards and network adapters, and an integrated software system. For more information visit hp.com/go/clusterportfolio3.

Hewlett-Packard Co., 3000 Hanover St., Palo Alto, CA 94304, (650) 857-5518, hp.com

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