OSC Offers Remote Viz Using NVIDIA Quadroplex

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The Ohio Supercomputing Center (OSC) has announced that they have taken delivery of several NVIDIA QuadroPlex 2200 S4’s as supplied by PNY and JRTi.  These new devices will allow OSC users, researchers and partners to interactively visualize their data from their classrooms and labs.

OSC chose the NVIDIA Quadro Plex solution for their optimized support of CG, GLSL, CUDA and OpenCL”, said Don Stredney, Director, OSC Interface lab. This will allow OSC to further explore both interactive volume rendering of extremely large data sets, through CUDA programming, and additional uses in remote visualization. Now, numerous faculty, staff, and students will have access to the unique architectural environment to expand current course work as well as research in the areas of extremely large scale image processing, molecular dynamics, data mining, scientific and information visualization.

For more info on the new install, check out the OSC website here.


  1. Is it actually on their website anywhere? I couldn’t find it for the VizWorld article ( http://www.vizworld.com/2009/10/oscs-remote-visualization-offering-nvidia/ ), but the press release is making the rounds.