ByteWedge RS232 data acquisition software inputs serial data directly into any PC application and database. The application is capable of collecting data from such devices as scales and balances, GPS receivers, barcode scanners and magnetic stripe readers.
DAQFactory provides an alternative to on-screen wiring, as it acquires, logs, displays, graphs and shares data without programming. The software also offers a scripting language as well as the ability to make all changes without stopping the application and recompiling.
Gel-Pro Analyzer 6.0 is designed for molecular biologists who acquire images from electrophoretic gels, blots and colonies, and need to extract qualitative and quantitative information
Measurement Studio 8 offers class libraries and controls for acquiring, analyzing and presenting data in applications built using Visual Studio 2005. With Web controls for ASP.
Open Inventor 6.0 3-D interactive data visualization software now includes the VolumeViz LDM (large data management), ScaleViz and MeshViz extensions, which enable interactive management and display of large data sets
Benchware Discovery 360° enables discovery scientists to access, analyze and share enterprise-wide chemical and biological research data from within an integrated desktop discovery environment. The software integrates
SampleManager LIMS 9.0 is built on the Microsoft .NET platform, a high-performance framework with desktop integration, enabling users to easily extend the core system using industry-standard tools
The ATM-4233 is an all-in-one chassis for industrial automation platforms that combines an LCD display, keyboard, touch pad, function keys, cursor keys and OSD control. It integrates a video A/D board to ensure CPU card compatibility up to Intel Pentium 4, Pentium M (fanless), and Celeron CPU cards.
ImaGen visual servers with the real-time Linux operating system feature Scalable Link Interface (SLI) technology for use with graphics, visualization and modeling and simulation.
The CLARiiON UltraScale CX3 series of networked storage systems is designed from the ground up to support information lifecycle management (ILM) strategies by enabling the consolidation of multiple tiers of information onto a single array.
A rugged version of the current generation PowerPC blade server, PowerNode5 is a 6U VME clone of the IBM JS20 blade design, providing full binary compatibility with JS20 blade servers in a form factor adapted to embedded system requirements.
Storage Blocks are fault-tolerant configurations of three, five or nine Storage Bricks with a data protection algorithm that provides for continuous data access in the event of system or component failure.
Belonging to the Express5800/1000 series of servers, the Express5800/1320Xf and Express5800/1080Rf incorporate the dual-core Intel Itanium 2 processor, Montecito. Offering mainframe-class RAS features, the servers support modular designs, redundant components, hot plug capabilities and floating I/O.
The BladeSystem c-Class enclosure features a midplane at 5 terabits per second of aggregate throughput, which supports 4X DDR InfiniBand blade server interconnect, offering up to 20 gigabits per second bandwidth in each direction.
The System p5 family of servers includes 64-bit Power Architecture technology and supports the AIX 5L and Linux operating systems simultaneously. They are designed to provide power and flexibility to respond to demands for UNIX and Linux environments.