Panopticon unveils HTML5 client for enterprise data visualization platform
First Published 9th July 2012
New thin client provides interactive filtering capabilities for analytical dashboards on mobile devices
Peter Simpson, Senior VP of R&D, Panopticon
"Version 5.11 supports an HTML5 client that is optimized for iPad and still looks and feels like our standard desktop client."
Stockholm, Sweden - Panopticon Software, provider of visual data analysis software for real-time, CEP and historical time series data, has announced that the latest release of its data visualization system supports a new HTML5 thin client for tablet deployments. Version 5.11 of the system aims to make fully interactive dashboards available to mobile users and does not require installation of any software or browser plugins on the mobile device.
Panopticon clients, which include BlackRock, JPMorgan Chase, Citi, Citadel, use Panopticon visualization tools to monitor and analyze market, credit and counterparty risk, trading and portfolio performance, and for transaction cost analysis (TCA) and fraud detection.
The new HTML5 client supports the same level of filtering and interactivity available in the product's standard Java applet web client and desktop client. The new HTML5 client also supports a special smartphone client function that offers summary dashboard views for devices with limited screen real estate; it allows users to see properly scaled summary views of Panopticon workbooks and dashboards.
In addition to the HTML5 client, Version 5.11 adds new support for non-additive data sets, including multiple Value at Risk (VaR) hierarchies.
Peter Simpson, Panopticon's Senior Vice President of R&D, said, "We invested a lot of time in formulating our approach to creating the HTML5 client. We realized that our customers needed more than a simplistic view of their data; they need fully interactive dashboards that enable in depth analysis of large and complex data sets. Version 5.11 supports an HTML5 client that is optimized for iPad and still looks and feels like our standard desktop client. Panopticon clients can now use tablets to access and analyze data from tick databases, streaming feeds from CEP engines and real-time message queues, relational databases, OData sources, and more."