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AVS/Express software

Advanced Visual Systems will be introducing ultra-high performance editions of its AVS/Express software, which enables rapid, object-oriented development of rich and interactive scientific and technical data visualisations. The company is collaborating with Microsoft to support the Windows HPC Server 2008R2 platform and improve data visualisation processing, application performance and ease of configuration using Microsoft's provisioning interfaces.

‘Microsoft has been working closely with AVS to help them deliver high value data visualisation-based solutions to the supercomputing marketplace, where speed and performance are essential requirements,’ said Bill Hamilton, director of Technical Computing at Microsoft. ‘Companies like AVS are unleashing supercomputing power to scientists, researchers and engineers through innovative parallel processing and graphics rendering techniques on Windows that were once reserved for an elite class of hardware devices.’

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