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LabView 8.6 offers supercomputing performance

07 August 2008

National Instruments have launched LabView 8.6, which delivers tools to take advantage of the benefits of multicore processors, field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) and wireless communication.
Engineers have a single platform to increase test and control system throughput with multicore processors, reduce the development time of high-performance FPGA-based advanced control and embedded prototyping applications and more easily create distributed measurement systems to acquire data remotely.

LabView 8.6 offers supercomputing performance
LabView 8.6 offers supercomputing performance

The LabView 8.6 offers supercomputing performance through multicore-optimised features which can help engineers process increasing amounts of measurement data to meet advanced control application challenges and increase test system throughput.

LabView 8.6 includes more than 1,200 newly-optimised advanced analysis functions that offer faster, enhanced math and signal processing on multicore systems for control and test applications. Vision applications also can benefit from multicore systems by using innovative image processing functions included in the NI Vision Development Module for LabView 8.6 that automatically distributes data sets across multiple cores.

Engineers can use the LabView FPGA Module and FPGA-based commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware such as NI CompactRIO to customise measurement and control systems for increased performance in applications such as semiconductor validation and advanced machine control. LabView 8.6 continues to make FPGAa more accessible to domain experts without experience in low-level hardware description languages or board-level design.

Engineers can now convert LabView applications into Web Services on desktop and real-time hardware that they can access from any web-enabled device.

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