OpenViz Delivers Interactive Data Visualization For iPad, Smartphones

By PRESS RELEASE — June 02, 2010

OpenViz software from Advanced Visual Systems is being used to produce sophisticated data visualization graphics for mobile business intelligence and analytic applications, underscoring an emerging trend for enterprise and ISV solutions.

OpenViz, which was one of the first business intelligence technologies to support Web browser-based data visualization, is optimized to generate highly customized images that can be delivered to any mobile device and provide dynamic interactivity with server-based applications.

According to Anoop Chatterjee, Vice President of Products & Engineering at AVS, "OpenViz is completely agnostic to operating platform and image viewer and allows a solution team to use the same data visualization in mobile, browser and desktop applications. This helps AVS customers save time and create powerful graphics that are consistent across many different systems."

OpenViz is a comprehensive data visualization system for all Java and Microsoft platforms that enables solution designers to create and deploy interactive visual presentations from any type of data. OpenViz offers over 20,000 different forms of charts and graphs and incorporates a powerful in-memory data management capability. Prominent features of OpenViz include the ability to visualize extremely large datasets, high-performance rendering, exceptional control over graphics look-and-feel, flexible server and desktop deployment, and real-time updating.

AVS counts over 2,000 global corporations, government agencies and research institutes as licensees of its data visualization software products including twenty percent for the Fortune 100 and two of the five largest software companies.

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