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VectorWorks 12 to support Intel-Macs

updated 09:55 pm EST, Tue December 20, 2005

VectorWorks for Intel-Macs

today announced its VectorWorks 12 line of software products will support Apple's forthcoming Intel-based Macs. The company, which has been develing CAD software for the AEC, entertainment, landscape design, and manufacturing fields since 1985, said that existing VectorWorks 12 users will receive this new support without additional upgrade fees. "Nemetschek North America has been working closely with Apple and our other technology partners to create a native Intel version of VectorWorks for Mac OS X ," states Paul Pharr, Nemetschek North America's chief technology officer. "Apple's Intel plans open up new possibilities for fast and affordable hardware to run their industry-leading operating system, so we understand the keen interest in the Mac community regarding Intel Macs. As the makers of the best-selling CAD program for the Mac, we want to assure our many users we are committed to providing an Intel-native VectorWorks 12 application for Mac OS X."

by MacNN Staff





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