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VIEWLOGIC WILL SUPPORT NEW ALPHA AXP

 VIEWLOGIC WILL SUPPORT NEW ALPHA AXP
 MARLBORO, Mass., Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- Viewlogic Systems, Inc.,


(NASDAQ-NMS: VIEW) announced its intention to support Digital's new ALPHA AXP(tm) architecture. Viewlogic will offer its Powerview electronic design environment on Digital's ALPHA AXP-based workstations.
 The ALPHA AXP architecture is Digital's 64-bit RISC computing technology, designed to support fast, uniprocessor and multiprocessor implementations that are scalable from palmtop to super computer. The architecture is designed to endure over the next 25 years. The ALPHA AXP architecture supports multiple operating systems including Open VMS, DEC OSF/1, and Microsoft Windows NT(tm) to provide a wide selection of applications to a broad range of markets.
 "Viewlogic and Digital have had a long and successful partnership which we are pleased to continue with our support of this new architecture. The ALPHA AXP delivers an outstanding level of hardware performance for demanding engineering applications. The ALPHA AXP will be enthusiastically received by electronics engineers," said Gene Robinson, Viewlogic's senior vice president of marketing and sales.
 Don Jenkins, manager of Digital's Electronic Business Industry Unit, stated, "We're excited about Viewlogic being the first EDA vendor to support Digital's new flagship product. Viewlogic's Powerview(tm) is a comprehensive powerful solution for designers' needs. Combining Powerview's extensive capabilities with the power and speed of the ALPHA AXP offers electronics engineers an effective answer to their complex, design challenges."
 Viewlogic will begin shipments of Powerview on the ALPHA AXP platform by the end of the first quarter of 1993. Powerview modules are priced from $12,500 to $70,000.
 Founded in 1984, Viewlogic Systems, Inc. is a worldwide supplier of electronic design automation solutions. Viewlogic's software for UNIX- and DOS-based computing platforms, combined with its broad range of support services, enables electrical engineers to design state-of-the- art electronic products more efficiently, reducing development cost and speeding time to market. The company, whose common stock is publicly traded on NASDAQ under the symbol VIEW, had 1991 revenues of $42.1 million, up 38 percent compared to 1990. For the first nine months of 1992, Viewlogic revenues are up 33 percent to $39.4 million.
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 /CONTACT: Mark Vincent, manager of corporate marketing, Viewlogic Systems, Inc., 508-480-0881/
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