HP announced the new HP Visualization Center sv7, an affordable, high-end visualization solution designed for companies, such as large automotive and aerospace firms who need to visualize designs on auditorium-scale displays. The center will allow executive committees and engineering teams to review full-scale design concepts and digital assemblies that allow users to model and walk through the manufacturing process. The program is designed to help companies reduce design time by half to one-third, lower product development costs by more than one-third and improve overall design quality and performance.
The HP Visualization Center sv7 enables users to view large, more complex models. It utilizes the bandwidth of multiple industry-leading HP Workstation xw8000 systems with NVIDIA FX 3000G graphics. The NVIDIA Quadro FX 3000G is designed to allow applications to synchronize video refresh and buffer swaps between multiple systems for full-scale reality centers for collaborative engineering and design reviews. The combination of the HP Visualization Center sv7 and the NVIDIA Quadro FX 3000G technology HP delivers the industry's fastest workstation graphics solution today. With up to 128 independent samples per pixel, the HP Visualization Center sv7 creates a high quality image. This high-resolution capability is designed to allow teams to increase cross-functional collaboration and communication on designs.
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