A couple days ago I posted about IBM’s $99 Windows HPC Server test drive. Something I missed in the release is the addition of visualization services for remote users
IBM also said that it would make available to on-demand users its high-end 3D visualization engine known as Deep Computing Visualization (DCV). Already used by clients in the automotive, life sciences, aerospace and energy industries, DCV allows for extremely detailed 3D modeling of data. By tapping into DCV on demand, clients can reduce in-house network bottlenecks and offer powerful 3D graphics capabilities to more users. DCV also allows multiple remote users to work on the same data simultaneously.
This is something that many in the community, including me at the day job, are working on, so I’m glad to see this.