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ADVANCED VISUAL SYSTEMS LINES UP WITH HP, DIGITAL, DG AVS VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE AVAILABLE ON NEW WORKSTATIONS

 ADVANCED VISUAL SYSTEMS LINES UP WITH HP, DIGITAL, DG


AVS VISUALIZATION SOFTWARE AVAILABLE ON NEW WORKSTATIONS
 WALTHAM, Mass., Nov. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Advanced Visual Systems Inc., a leading developer of visualization software products for technical and business professionals and software developers, today expanded its presence in the rapidly growing workstation marketplace, announcing that the company's Application Visualization System (AVStm) will be available on new workstations from Hewlett-Packard and Digital Equipment Corp., as well as on Data General Corp.'s AViiON family of computers.
 Advanced Visualization Systems visualization software will be available immediately on the complete range of HP PA-RISC workstations and servers announced today by Hewlett-Packard. The company also announced that AVStm will be made available on Digital's new Alpha AXP workstations and servers by mid-1993 and will support the complete line of DG AViiON workstations and servers in the first quarter of next year.
 AVS provides advanced data analysis and visualization capabilities to help researchers, engineers and analysts gain insight from the large volumes of data generated by medical imaging systems, satellite-based sensors, computational simulations and many other sources. AVS is also used as a development environment to build applications in areas such as medical imaging, engineering analysis, financial modeling, environmental studies, GIS, and oil and gas exploration and production.
 "Visual applications are rapidly emerging as an important tool for technical and business computer users, thanks in large part to the availability of software like AVS on leading workstation platforms," said Ian Reid, vice president of marketing for Advanced Visual Systems. "By combining sophisticated AVS visualization software with the performance of advanced computer architectures such as HP's PA-RISC, DEC's Alpha and DG's AViiON workstations, these users now have access to advanced visualization techniques on every class of workstation, from high-end, 3D graphics systems down to workstations priced under $10,000."
 Previously available on Digital's RISC workstations directly from Digital, AVS is now sold by Advanced Visual Systems for the RISC Ultrix, VAX/VMS and, soon, Alpha AXP for both the VMS and OSF operating system environments.
 "The combination of AVS and AViiON provides a winning solution for our customers," said Joseph Uniejewski, director, AViiON Product Marketing for Data General Corporation. "The visual data analysis and visual programming capabilities of AVS coupled with the ability of AViiON servers and workstations to handle massive amounts of data will enable our AViiON users to visualize and analyze their data more efficiently and effectively. AViiON users like the Environmental Protection Agency and United States Geological Survey accustomed to working with large data sets for applications such as environmental modeling and geographic information systems will benefit from AVS on AViiON systems."
 Advanced Visual Systems Inc., headquartered in Waltham, Mass. is a leader in the development and delivery of visualization software products for scientific, engineering and business professionals and software developers. The company has been at the forefront of visualization technology since 1988 when the research and development of AVS first began. AVS software has since emerged as the industry standard, platform-independent visualization application software and development environment, with thousands of users worldwide. AVS is a trademark of Advanced Visual Systems.
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 /CONTACT: Ian Reid of Advanced Visual Systems Inc., 617-890-4300, or Tony Sapienza of Miller Communications, 617-536-0470/ CO: Advanced Visual Systems Inc. ST: Massachusetts IN: CPR SU:


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