HYPERCUBE, INC. TO MARKET RELEASE 5 OF CLIENT-SERVER VERSIONS OF HYPERCHEM FOR SILICON GRAPHICS
August 23, 1998
Boston, MA (ACS Conference) – Hypercube, Inc. announced that it is updating Release 5 of the client-server products of HyperChem for UNIX platforms from Silicon Graphics. These new releases will supply back ends for molecular mechanics, semi-empirical quantum mechanics and ab initio quantum mechanics calculations for SGI computational servers, while the front end is the PC based HyperChem, Release 5. The back ends will be compatible with SGI IRIX 5.3 or higher.
With the availability of Release 5 of the back ends, a PC running HyperChem can transparently send out computationally intensive tasks to a Silicon Graphics server on the network and then get back the results for further analysis. Thus, the superior visualization of HyperChem on the PC is combined with the speed of a computational UNIX server for even better performance.
The new releases are to be shipped to customers in the fourth quarter of 1998.
Hypercube, Inc. is a privately held scientific software company incorporated in 1985 and headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Their principal business location is now in Gainesville, Florida. Hypercube’s principal product is HyperChem for Intel-based PCs running Microsoft Windows 95 or NT and machines from Silicon Graphics, Inc. Other products include HyperChem Lite, an introductory version of HyperChem; ChemPlus, a set of extensions to HyperChem; and HyperNMR, a package that performs a priori quantum mechanical simulation of NMR spectra.
HyperChem is a molecular modeling software product noted for its ease of use. It is a comprehensive desktop productivity tool for visualizing, analyzing and communicating information about molecular structures as well as for performing the calculations of computational chemistry. It is the leading molecular modeling software for the Microsoft Windows environment of IBM-compatible PCs.
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