has announced the availability of Peer Visual II for Mac OS X. “Peer Visual would not have been possible with Mac OS 9.x, and it shows how Mac OS X can take the Mac into areas it has never been before,” John Brilhart, chief technical officer, VVI, told MacCentral.
Peer Visual makes any type of chart or visual in real time and offers it over the Internet. To demonstrate that capability, VVI has setup a chart service so that anyone can immediately place dynamic charts of his own data on his Web sites. There’s nothing to install, no computer to maintain, and no additional programming system to learn, Brilhart said.
“The service is tested at over two and a half million charts a day and, if needed, can be configured for parallel processing to increase the visualization capacity,” he added “We have had this service running for over a year now and have integrated similar systems at customer sites. This is the first time VVI has offered it to the public.”
Peer Visual is the accumulation of over three years of software design and field validation, according to Brilhart. OpenGraph, the visualization engine used by Peer Visual, is the result of over 12 years of product development, testing and use at corporate sites. For more info or to use the chart services, go to the
Peer Visual Web site.