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CASE PRODUCT DEVELOPERS ANNOUNCE SUPPORT FOR SILICON GRAPHICS' CASEVISION ENVIRONMENT

 CASE PRODUCT DEVELOPERS ANNOUNCE SUPPORT
 FOR SILICON GRAPHICS' CASEVISION ENVIRONMENT
 MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif., May 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Silicon Graphics Inc. (NYSE: SGI) today announced that a group of leading computer- aided software engineering (CASE) product vendors will support the company's CASEVision(TM) development environment. The company also announced new enhancements to CASEVision/Workshop(TM) (formerly called CODEVision), a development tool from Silicon Graphics.
 Announcing support for CASEVision are Cadre Technologies Inc., Interactive Development Environments (IDE) Inc., Frame Technology Corp., Interleaf Inc., McCabe & Associates, and Softool Inc. All of the companies, including Silicon Graphics, have announced their endorsement of SunSoft Inc.'s ToolTalk(TM) object-oriented software for interapplication communication. Silicon Graphics will ship ToolTalk on its IRIS 4D(TM) family of workstations, servers and RISC PCs by the end of 1992. By endorsing ToolTalk, the CASE product vendors are able to integrate their products with the CASEVision environment, a comprehensive offering targeted at developers and users of Silicon Graphics systems.
 Silicon Graphics' CASEVision is a comprehensive development environment addressing the CASE needs of technical workstation users. CASEVision provides users with Silicon Graphics software products, including the industry's first fully integrated visual software development environment. CASEVision also encompasses key third-party applications to provide a complete software development solution.
 "The support of the CASEVision environment from several leading companies in the software development industry reinforces the power and ease of integration that CASEVision offers," said Stephen G. Ursenbach, vice president of applications and market development at Silicon Graphics. "The integration of ToolTalk into CASEVision will allow even greater interoperability and more choices for Silicon Graphics system users."
 Also announced today is Version 1.1 of CASEVision/Workshop. The new release includes a new function called Build Browser. Build Browser manages the process of building an application from various files. It develops a graphical map of file dependencies and automatically allows users to run "make" or "build" commands.
 "Cadre Technologies applauds the strategic direction that Silicon Graphics has taken by licensing ToolTalk, as it facilitates an open environment for integrated application development," said Lou Mazzucchelli, Cadre's vice president and chief technical officer. "Cadre will be able to provide a tighter integration of its Teamwork(R) product line with Silicon Graphics' CASEVision."
 "Supporting technologies like CASEVision and ToolTalk is part of our overall strategy in making FrameMaker available to every engineer, in every development environment, and on every hardware platform," said Pat House, senior vice president of product development and marketing at Frame.
 "Interleaf has worked with the major CASE technology leaders to give users the ability to integrate across platforms and tools," said Phil London, Interleaf's senior vice president of engineering. "With its open architecture and tight integration with ToolTalk, Interleaf is easily used with a wide variety of CASE applications, making it the ideal documentation tool for use in even the most demanding CASE environments."
 "CASEVision is consistent with IDE's vision of integrated CASE environments that combine best-of-class tools across a heterogeneous network of workstations," said Michael P. Thoma, vice president of marketing at IDE.
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 /CONTACT: Carl Furry of Silicon Graphics, 415-390-3365/
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