Image-Pro Plus image analysis software allows users to acquire, process, and analyze images on a single machine or across an entire network.
With more than 1 GHz bandwidth, the CompuScope 82G widens the precision and range of applications of fast digitizers.
Sapera Processing now includes new software tools that extend functionality of its core feature set.
CyberLAB Knowledge Engineering System is a Web-based knowledge management system that manages all electronic records for an enterprise. The system meets 21 CFR Part 11 requirements.
The OMEGA DP41-B handles a broad spectrum of dc voltage and current ranges, nine thermocouple types, multiple RTD's, and signals from strain gauge transducers such as load cells and pressure transducers, as well as potentiometric inputs.
The IntelliStation Z Pro 6221 in a compact minitower is optimized for multitasking and multithreaded applications with available dual Intel Xeon processors up to 2.8GHZ and up to 8.0GB DDR memory.
The Power Mac G5 features a 64-bit desktop processor and a 1 GHz front-side bus. Powered by the
InforSense Knowledge Discovery Environment 1.9 is an enhanced Open Discovery Workflow solution designed to create, capture and manage valuable process knowledge in the high throughput discovery environment.
Clusterworx 3.0 is cluster management software providing total cluster management from one interface. The software simplifies cluster management so organizations can run more jobs throughout the life of the cluster, significantly increasing the overall productivity of the cluster system.
The Dimension line includes the XPS, 4600/4600C and 8300 systems. The XPS features an Intel Pentium 4 processor at 3GHz plus hyper-threading technology with 800 MHz front side bus, the Intel 875P chipset, and dual-channel Double Data Rate (DDR) 400 MHz memory.
Amtec Engineering, Inc., a data visualization software developer, changed its corporate name to Tecplot, Inc., effective December 1. The company's flagship product, Tecplot, was first released in 1987.
EMC Corporation has signed a definitive agreement to acquire Palo Alto-based VMware, Inc., a privately held software company focusing on Intel-based virtual computing software, in a cash transaction valued at approximately $635 million.
SGI announced at the SC03 conference its plans to deliver a new class of supercomputers. Using a new concept SGI calls "multi-paradigm computing," the machines will unite previously disparate computing architectures with SGI's scalable shared-memory technology.
Sun Microsystems and AMD announced a strategic alliance through which Sun will deliver new AMD Opteron processor-based Sun Fire systems and versions of the Solaris Operating System (OS) and the Java platform as well as Linux OS.
Mellanox Technologies has announced, in conjunction with Virginia Tech, the deployment, performance results and ranking for Virginia Tech's 1105 node InfiniBand computing cluster. The performance result achieves a #3 position on the new Top500 Supercomputer list.