Archive for August 26, 2009

GE Fanuc Announces DataViews 9.25 for Visualization

GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, a unit of GE Enterprise Solutions, announced the latest release of DataViews 9.25, a set of high-quality, graphic visualization development tools for building custom applications. The update includes new features that enhance performance of display updates, support the use of scalable text in input object templates, and allow the setting of background color for Scalable Text objects.

            DataViews 9.25 also introduces 64-bit operating system support for Red Hat Enterprise Version 5.3. This key feature enables developers to gain further performance from their application by having their DataViews-built components harness the 64-bit instruction set directly without the need for emulation. This is a key element for applications displaying a large amount of data in real time as well as apps requiring high performance. With release 9.25, DataViews now supports SPARC Solaris 10, Intel Solaris x86, and Red Hat Enterprise 5.3 (32- and 64-bit). In addition, Java programmers can now develop their applications using the DataViews Java API for Java 2 v1.6

            “With DataViews 9.25 running natively on a 64-bit platform, we’ve increased the ability to harness the next generation of 64-bit chipsets and push applications further,” said Mark Pipher, Product General Manager for HMI/SCADA products, GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms. “This version introduces the capability to increase the application complexity and its visualization components, processing visualizations and data much faster when compared to 32-bit.”

            DataViews is a dynamic visualization toolkit that allows customers to develop high-quality visualizations within their applications to meet their specific needs. After more than 15 years of ongoing development, the multi-platform support and powerful graphical development editor have been the keys to DataViews’ ongoing success.

            “DataViews saves programmers significant development time,” continued Pipher, “and it allows graphical objects to be developed and imported quickly and easily, rather than having to develop them in code. It fits seamlessly in the application being developed and leverages industry standard solutions to save data connectivity development time.”


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