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EI debuts CxC parallel programming software for G5

updated 08:35 am EST, Thu November 20, 2003

CxC Parallel Programming

Engineered Intelligence (EI) introduced its new parallel programming software offering at the Supercomputing 2003 conference. EI's parallel programming software allows scientists and engineers to easily create programs for Apple's Power Mac G5, including the design and implementation of applications in high performance computing environments. "EI's software enables scientists and engineers to solve highly complex problems with an intuitive programming language that creates a virtual parallel computer. Now with the Power Mac G5 scientists can easily model and simulate larger and more complicated tasks on their personal computer -- with unsurpassed ability to prototype and test them." CxC for Mac OS X is immediately available, with prices starting at $200 per single user license.

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