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Tecplot 360 2012 and Big Data
Posted Wed April 18, 2012 @03:07PM
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Announcements Tecplot will host A Billion Cells in Tecplot 360 on Thursday April 26 at 10am PDT.

Dramatic gains in Tecplot 360 2012 performance will be demonstrated by comparing earlier versions of Tecplot 360 and an open source visualization package.


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A decade ago, Tecplot Inc. embarked on a multi-year performance-focused development effort that has resulted in dramatic and sustained improvements in Tecplot 360 performance.

In this webinar, Drs. Scott Imlay and Durrell Rittenberg will present Tecplot's large-data strategy, including:

  • Optimizing for trends in computer/network performance
  • Minimizing data access using load-on-demand
  • Maximizing parallelism on multi-core computers using threading
  • Visualizing remote data using virtual desktop interface (VDI)

The presentation will be 30-40 minutes allowing plenty of time for live Q&A.

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