bri3d wrote:I think the Itanium animation frontend / workstation market was limited (thus the quick death of the Prism and most other Itanium-based "workstations"). The Altix was designed as a backend compute system, so in terms of the animation workflow I'm pretty sure RenderMan ran on it.
PipelineFX is based in Hawaii - the FAQ for PipeLineFX Qube! mentions Itanium2 licensing:hamei wrote:What's the name of the place in Hawaii that does rendering software ?
Though Qube! looks like a render farm management app <rather than animation software>.The PipelineFX FAQ wrote:How is Qube! licensed?
Qube! is licensed per host on standard servers and desktops with up to 8 CPU cores. Qube! is licensed per CPU sockets on Intel® Itanium® 2-based machines regardless of the number of CPU cores. Each Supervisor, generally one per studio, requires a license and a dedicated host. These licenses are always floating – not locked to any particular node and not locked to any OS – so you can direct work to any machine in the farm, without dedicating a license to that machine.
recondas wrote:PipelineFX is based in Hawaii - the FAQ for PipeLineFX Qube! mentions Itanium2 licensing:
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