PC Perspective writes ELSA is one of the first companies to launch a product that uses the Hydra chip from LucidLogix:
For the uninitiated, the HYDRA chip combines hardware and software to create a vendor-agnostic multi-GPU solution that could allow for combining different NVIDIA GPUs, NVIDIA and AMD GPUs, or anything else for that matter. If you haven't read up on the theory and drive behind this start-up company, you should definitely do so.
Today though, Lucid is announcing a partnership with ELSA Japan and Teradici on a new "external PCI Express remote 3D graphics solution." Being demonstrated for the first time at the Virtual Reality Expo in Tokyo, the system uses the ELSA Vridge X100 Quad 8 PCI Express extension system (that is built off of the LucidLogix HYDRA chip) to enable 3D graphics and HD video playback remotely using PC-over-IP technology from Teradici. The system can be configured with a pair of NVIDIA Quadro FX 5800 cards and two ELSA Vixel H200 remote host card, all running through the HYDRA-based product.