Visualization Solutions based on HP Workstations Vision is nothing without an audience to amaze. So give your ideas the exposure they deserve! Make them real with HP visualisation solutions. Review work-in-progress in infinite detail, and showcase your latest digital marvels on a massive scale.
You appreciate the subtleties involved in visualisation. So do we. That’s why we’ve engineered advanced solutions to meet today’s broadest and deepest visualisation demands. Build power walls with the help of our advanced multi-channel 3D graphics workstations. Distribute massive data sets across graphics cluster solutions, like the HP SVA (Scalable Visualization Array). HP delivers solutions to create the largest power walls and CAVE displays with the graphics scalability you demand – ideal for manufacturing simulations, design review, oil and gas exploration and production and scientific research. And with HP's patended Remote Graphics Software (RGS) you get flexible access to your 3D data everywhere within your corporate network.
Deskbased visualization solutions
The HP xw9400 Visualization Workstation delivers ultimate graphics power right at your desk. It's highly scalable graphics architecture uses up to 2 high-end graphics cards in a single system. This allows you to increase your screen real-estate to up to four 3D high-resolution displays. Or it scales graphics performance of a single display or even increases the quality of your 3D model by using combined hardware anti aliasing of two high-end graphics cards.
Scalable graphics for the visualization centre
With the advanced Workstation graphics technology available in the HP xw9400 you can today power your multi-screen projection walls from a single HP Workstation system. With advanced features like screen overlap, active and passive stereo you bring your data from your work desk directly into the Visualization centre, running it on the same platform that you have at your desk. With up to four highest resolution display outputs and largest amount of memory, a single HP xw9400 Workstation supersedes performance of any proprietary Visualization system at a fraction of the price. It's never been so easy to bring your data on the big screen. You want to scale further ? With HP you can. Advanced Workstation graphics cluster technology allows you to display your data on the largest power-walls or Cave displays with the ultimate 3D performance you demand.
HP's high-end Workstation systems xw9400 are the building blocks for these solutions. Build your very own cluster, let HP build it for you or use pre-configured solutions from HP like the Scalable Visualization Array (SVA)
HP graphics cluster features
Standard component based render nodes: The rendering nodes are composed of HP xw9400 Workstations with latest NVIDIA Quadro FX graphics technology. When coupleing these systems in a graphics cluster we drive graphics performance to unprecedented levels.
Scalability: The HP graphics clusters scale with your needs. Add nodes to increase performance, visual fidelity and/or resolution; this allows the lowest entry point for multiple systems in the industry while offering the potential to scale.
Investment protection: Because we use standard component technology and because of the graphics cluster modularity, you can start small and buy more workstations as required: as new technologies become available, you can replace the previous HP workstations in the your graphics cluster.
Transparent application support: HP works closely with leading software partners that provide middle-ware solutions to run non cluster-aware professional 3D OpenGL applications on a HP graphics cluster. Such solutions are for example Chromium, TechViz or Fakespace Conduit software.
Deskbased visualization solutions
Why should distance limit your creativity? Access workstation 3D visualization applications and performance in real time, wherever you are, over a standard network. The innovative HP Remote Graphics Software makes it happen. Overcome boundaries with this flexible remote solution.
This system may require upgraded and/or separately purchased hardware and/or a DVD drive to install the Windows 7 software and take full advantage of Windows 7 functionality. See http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windows-7/ for details.