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Mathematica for Mac OS X now shipping


Mathematica for Mac OS X is now shipping. This fully native
version of Mathematica for the OS X platform offers users
significant speed gains and vastly improved stability compared
to running Mathematica on earlier Macintosh operating systems.

"The Mach 3.0 kernel and Unix-like foundation of Mac OS X allow
this version of Mathematica to far surpass older Macintosh
versions of Mathematica in speed, scalability, and the ability
to handle calculations requiring open-ended amounts of memory,"
says Theodore Gray, cofounder of Wolfram Research and chief
architect of the Mathematica user interface. "Mathematica
4.1 running on Mac OS X has the makings of a remarkable
environment for scientific computing. It is a no-compromise
combination of speed, stability, capability, and ease."

Users of Mathematica 4.1 or higher for Mac Classic should
contact Wolfram Research for complimentary or special upgrade
rates. Users of Mathematica 4.0 or earlier versions will be
subject to the standard upgrade policy. For more information on
the new Mathematica for Mac OS X, call 1-800-WOLFRAM (965-3726)
or +1-217-398-0700, visit http://www.wolfram.com, or email
info at wolfram.com.


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