Systems is the leading worldwide supplier of
network-based multiple-screen display stations
and display wall controllers. Our products drive
both CRT monitors (for use on a desktop or in an
operator's console) and projectors (for use in
display walls). All our products feature Virtual
Screen capability to make the multiple-screens
look and act as if they are a single large
Jupiter Systems began operation in 1982. Our first product, introduced in
October of that year, was a high performance, high-resolution color
graphics terminal designed to provide display capability not available
from commodity products. To this day Jupiter is still fully committed to
the specialized display market.
Jupiter's early products were based on proprietary hardware and
software interfaces. We began using the X Window System in-house in 1985.
In 1989 we introduced our first network-based product using industry
standard interfaces. That seminal product was the world's first color X
Window terminal. We introduced the first dual-screen X terminal in 1990
and have continued to expand our product line to provide more features,
more performance, more reliability and lower cost.
Jupiter introduced its current Fusion 900 Series in September of 2001
and started shipping the first Fusion 950 and 970 systems the following
month using Windows 2000 Pro. With the Fusion Systems, Jupiter
introduced the ControlPoint software.
ControlPoint is a complete, integrated, and intuitive software solution
for the remote control and management of the Fusion Display Wall.
The Fusion 960 and 980, which started shipping July and October of 2003,
saw the introduction of Windows XP on the display wall controller,
and the new Switch Fabric architecture for the Fusion 980.
At Jupiter we manufacture our own hardware as well as develop our own
software, so we have total control over our product. Our products are used
in applications where the computer/human interface is very important and
the user needs to have access to a lot of data at one time
Today, our products are aimed primarily toward the Control Room
marketplace, offering a broad range of display wall controllers to satisfy
projects of various sizes and budgets.
Jupiterís display wall controllers support Linux and Microsoft
Windows NT and 2000 operating systems; include video, RGB and LAN input
processing, and are controlled with robust and intuitive software
Some of the industries/applications we supply include:
Network operation centers (NOCs)
Generation, transmission, distribution
management, intelligent highways, mass transit systems, long-haul
railways, trans-continental pipelines, aqueducts
war rooms, simulation, training
Trading room floor, wall displays
Consoles and status displays for all industries
Resources Seismic exploration, mapping, AM/FM
capture, ASIC design, PCB layout
911/Computer-aided dispatch, water and waste-water treatment
Jupiter® and the Jupiter logo are registered
trademarks of Jupiter Systems. MX710ª, MX730ª, MX750ª,
MultiVideoª and Virtual Screenª, Jupiter 850, Jupiter 870,
Vizion Series, Fusion 950, Fusion 970, ControlPoint, RemoteCursor,
Galileo, are trademarks of Jupiter
The X Window Systemª is a trademark of
the X Consortium. NFSª is a trademark of Sun Microsystems.
OSF/Motifª is a trademark of the Open Software Foundation.
Ethernetª is a trademark of Xerox Corporation. NTrigueª
is a trademark of Insignia Solutions.
Windows NTª and Windows 2000 are trademarks, and Microsoft
and Windowsª are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation.
Intel® is a registered trademark of Intel
Unixª is a trademark licensed exclusively
through X/Open Company, Ltd.
All other brand names mentioned are trademarks
or registered trademarks of their respective holders.