FORT WORTH, TX (3 November 1998) – Pointwise today released the first version of its popular Gridgen CFD and FEA preprocessing software for computers running the Windows 95/98 and Windows NT operating systems. Previous versions of Gridgen ran only on Unix workstations.
The Windows version of Gridgen integrates seamlessly into a heteregenous environment of Unix and Windows workstations. Some of the features that make this possible are:
Pointwise's president, John R. Chawner, noted "We have tried to make the workstation type transparent to Gridgen users. They can run on Unix or on Windows, or even hop back and forth in the middle of a job, without seeing significant differences. Whether you are running Unix or Windows, we want to make Gridgen your number one choice for analysis preprocessing."
Gridgen is known for its:
Pointwise, Inc. is solving the number one problem facing engineering analysts today: mesh generation for CFD and FEA. They do this by being a premier supplier of grid generation software and services centered around the Gridgen software product. Gridgen software is currently in use at hundreds of sites around the world including Lockheed Martin, Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Sandia and Los Alamos National Laboratories, Allison Engine Company, General Dynamics, NASA, Navy, Army, and Air Force Labs, and Raytheon.
In addition to developing, supporting, and marketing the Gridgen product family, the company is involved in numerous research and software development projects related to numerical grid generation. Further information on Gridgen can be obtained from Pointwise's World Wide Web site, www.pointwise.com.
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