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Computational Analysis on the Mac?
Posted Wed December 11, 2002 @03:14PM
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Hardware Apple computer has recently released some high performance machines coupled with their strong UNIX-based operating system (OS X). Their latest offering is all of the above contained in a scalable 1U rack system called the Xserve.

So, with CPU power and a great OS available in a scalable platform one question remains -- Where is the analysis software for this baby?

None of the major CFD vendors support Apple hardware. If you would like to see analysis software ported to the Apple platform, there is a way you can get the ball rolling. ANSYS has opened an online poll asking for input on ANSYS support for Apple hardware.

If you would like to respond directly to Apple please contact David Park, dpark@apple.com, with your input on Ansys and other products you would like to see on the Apple platform.


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