Aivia on the go
Whether you are working from home or traveling for conferences, powerful computing hardware can be hard to come by. AiviaWeb provides a simple web-based interface that allows you to access Aivia on a high-performance computer and connect to your data remotely so you can continue your work.
With AiviaWeb, processing and visualization are accomplished on the remote machine - that means your experience will be less-impacted by limitations to your own hardware. As long as you have a high-speed internet connection, the full power of Aivia is at your disposal.
Access to powerful computing hardware from the web
Access from your internet-connected devices
Get all the features of Aivia
Connect to your own online storage
Aivia Web hardware specifications
CPU: 16-core vCPU
RAM: 122 GB of system memory
GPU: NVIDIA M60 GPU with 8 GB VRAM
AiviaWeb has four server sites spread across the U.S. (West and East), Europe and Asia-Pacific. You can connect to one of the three sites that is closest to you for the best AiviaWeb experience. You can upload files directly from your computer or connect to a cloud-based storage solution (OneDrive or Google Drive) and access your data and Aivia wherever you are. Berkeley, Boston, Berlin or Beijing - AiviaWeb has you covered.
Getting started with AiviaWeb
When you purchase AiviaWeb, you will receive instructions on how to set up your AiviaWeb account and information on how to access AiviaWeb.
Here is some additional information to help you make the most out of your time with AiviaWeb.
Supported OS and browser
Windows: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Microsoft Edge
Mac OS X*: Google Chrome, Safari, Mozilla Firefox
iPad OS*: Safari
*Additional hardware such as a three-button mouse or Apple Pencil is recommended for specific interactions in Aivia
Usage rules and guidelines
Please read over the AiviaWeb Usage Guidelines before using AiviaWeb to ensure the best experience for you.
Data size considerations
To ensure maximum data compatibility and maximize use of reserved time, we recommend converting your data to the Aivia TIFF format with Aivia Community or Aivia first; then upload the converted data to a cloud storage provider before starting your AiviaWeb session. While Aivia can work with multi-TB files, transfer of large data files to AiviaWeb may take a long time depending on the size of the data, your internet connection speed and related factors.