Affordable Solaris Visualization Software

Feb. 3, 2009
The latest version of DataViews, a set of high quality graphic visualization development tools for building custom applications, has been updated for the Intel Solaris 10 Unix-based operating system running on the X86 architecture.
DataViews v9.20 also includes new features that increase graph configurability, enhance fill effect properties/dynamics and introduce the ability for transparent backgrounds. “This new DataViews release on the Intel Solaris x86 architecture offers our customers an affordable and viable Windows/Linux alternative for the in-house development of their dynamic application interfaces,” said Mark Pipher, product general manager for HMI/SCADA products at the vendor. “Using the toolkit’s open API, developers can effectively and efficiently create complex, high performance, customized interfaces for their control and visualization applications.”GE Fanuc Intelligent Platformswww.gefanuc.com800.GEFANUC

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