SGI Prism OpenGL API-based visualization solution for Linux using up to 512 Itanium 2 CPUs and 16 Fi
Oct 11, 2004
The new Silicon Graphics Prism visualization systems offers unmatched OpenGL API-based visualization performance under Linux with independantly scalable (CPU, I/O, memory, storage, graphics), shared system-wide memory visualization architecture. It supports up to 16 ATI FireGL GPUs (with dynamic load balancing) and 512 Intel Itanium 2 CPUs, so the system is both powerful and economical (easier to manage than clusters). It of course supports the top OpenGL API-based visualization tools and APIs, including OpenGL Performer, OpenGL Multipipe and OpenGL Volumizer.
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Posted on 10/11 at 07:11 AM
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