ALGOR Offers Multi-Platform Support for Windows, Linux and Unix.
PITTSBURGH -- ALGOR, Inc., a leading provider of design, analysis and simulation software, announced support for the following hardware platforms: 64-bit Microsoft Windows(R), 32- and 64-bit Linux(R) and 64-bit UNIX UNIX
Operating system for digital computers, developed by Ken Thompson of Bell Laboratories in 1969. It was initially designed for a single user (the name was a pun on the earlier operating system Multics). (R) workstations. This expansion of supported platforms allows users to analyze larger, more complex models faster than ever especially in multi-computing environments.
With ALGOR's multi-platform support, users can build a finite element model on a standard personal computer (PC); send the model to a high-performance 64-bit computer for computationally intensive analysis; and then examine the analysis results on the standard PC. Using a high-performance 64-bit computer for analysis along with a standard PC for pre- and post-processing makes computer-aided engineering more efficient and cost-effective.
ALGOR's multi-platform expansion began with V18, the most recent software release, which provides linear static stress analysis capabilities that are optimized for 64-bit operating systems. By the end of 2005, ALGOR will support 64-bit Windows and 32- and 64-bit Linux for all analysis types, allowing users to apply the power and speed of these hardware platforms to ALGOR's wide range of simulation capabilities including static stress and Mechanical Event Simulation (MES (Manufacturing Execution Software) Software that provides real time access to plant activities that include equipment, labor, orders and inventory. An MES integrates the data with enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems so that management has complete control of ) with linear and nonlinear material models, linear dynamics, fatigue, steady-state and transient heat transfer, steady and unsteady fluid flow, electrostatics electrostatics, study of phenomena associated with charged bodies at rest (see charge; electricity). A charged body has an excess of positive or negative charges, a condition usually brought about by the transfer of electrons to or from the body. , piping and full multiphysics. Future releases will support 64-bit UNIX workstations from Hewlett-Packard Company, Sun Microsystems, Inc. and IBM (International Business Machines Corporation, Armonk, NY, www.ibm.com) The world's largest computer company. IBM's product lines include the S/390 mainframes (zSeries), AS/400 midrange business systems (iSeries), RS/6000 workstations and servers (pSeries), Intel-based servers (xSeries) Corporation.
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"This multi-platform support provides increased flexibility and performance to our customers by allowing them to continue working within our easy-to-use Windows interface while leveraging their hardware platform of choice for analysis," said ALGOR Product Manager, Bob Williams. "Future development will support distributed processing, where the analysis can be spread out over a number of computers to achieve a solution even more rapidly. This all leads to true virtual prototyping, where complex multiphysics simulations involving motion, impact and large deformation can be solved and the results viewed as close to real time as possible."
For more detailed information, contact an ALGOR account manager or visit the company's web site - www.ALGOR.com.
ALGOR, Inc. provides cost-effective solutions for design, analysis and simulation and enables engineers to virtually test and predict real-world behavior of new and existing product designs, speed up time to market and make better, safer products at a lower cost. The company serves more than 20,000 customers in over 95 countries in organizations such as 3M, The Boeing Company, Delphi Corporation, DuPont, General Electric Company, General Motors Corporation, Goodrich Corporation, Hewlett-Packard Company, IBM Corporation and NASA NASA: see National Aeronautics and Space Administration.
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