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SOURCE: Advanced Visual Systems
OpenViz API helps clients tackle challenges of Big Data, Cloud computing, corporate analytics
Waltham, MA (PRWEB) February 06, 2013
Advanced Visual Systems Inc. (OTC: AVSC) commemorates its twenty-first anniversary as a pioneer in computer graphics software with a major release of its OpenViz data visualization API, a high performance system used by software vendors, corporations and research outfits to embed interactive graphics in a wide variety of analytic, monitoring and intelligent applications.
Over its two decades of continuous operation AVS has provided data visualization software to nearly several thousand global organizations including many of the world’s largest and most influential corporations, institutions and government agencies. The company estimates that over 10 million end users have interacted with AVS-generated computer graphics through commercial and proprietary software applications incorporating its technology.
“When AVS was founded in 1991, data visualization was used by a small population of academics and engineers working in areas of extreme complexity. Today, nearly every type of business solution is outfitted with charting or visualization features and demand for data-driven graphics is growing almost as fast as data itself,” notes Steve Sukman, the company’s CEO.
According to CTO Anoop Chatterjee, “OpenViz 3 extends the company’s long history of graphics innovation by allowing data scientists, analysts, engineers and software innovators to push far beyond the limits of packaged charting tools and unite data formats that are large, complex and inherently difficult to work with and visualize. We remain focused on being the most powerful and versatile data visualization technology available for creating solutions that effortlessly travel from the desktop to the tablet to the display surface of the future.”
New features of OpenViz 3 include numerous enhancements to its large charting library, new real-time data management/alerting/visualization features, extensive international language support, high performance HTML5 rendering, touchscreen capabilities for a spectrum of desktop, tablet and surface platforms, expanded integration of advanced algorithms, and improved in-memory data processing.
For more information about Advanced Visual Systems and OpenViz 3.0 visit http://www.openviz.com or contact AVS via info(at)avs(dot)com or (781) 890-4300 Ext. 2237.
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