Concurrent, a provider of business critical applications, has launched a new version of its ImaGen real-time visual servers with Concurrent's real-time Linux operating system.
The upgraded product features Scalable Link Interface (SLI) technology, which boosts graphics performance.
"SLI is a method for linking two or more graphics cards to produce a single output. The SLI enhancements to our ImaGen platform yield unprecedented image quality and fidelity," says Ken Jackson, vice-president of Concurrent Special Systems.
Concurrent ImaGen visual servers employ commercial-off-the-shelf graphics and hardware technology with Concurrent's real-time Linux operating systems. This combination enables multiple channels of visualisation and graphics performance for simulation and modelling applications that require enhanced realism.
Typical applications for the technology include civil and military simulation, mission planning, homeland security, scientific and medical visualisation, architectural design, energy exploration and entertainment.