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Mathematica Personal Grid Edition

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  • Subject: [mg62290] Mathematica Personal Grid Edition
  • From: Wolfram Research <newsdesk at>
  • Date: Sat, 19 Nov 2005 05:54:20 -0500 (EST)
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This week Wolfram Research introduced Mathematica Personal Grid
Edition, which combines with new cost-effective quad-core
computers to make personal supercomputing a reality.

Mathematica Personal Grid Edition eliminates the barriers to 
using parallelism as part of your daily workflow--with no 
administrative overhead and no contending for shared resources-- 
and opens the door to new possibilities in high-performance 
computing. You can easily tackle larger problems and investigate 
parallel approaches at any stage of the problem-solving process, 
right at your desk and at your own convenience.

Mathematica Personal Grid Edition integrates the computational 
capabilities of Mathematica with high-level parallel language 
extensions.  This creates an optimal computing framework for 
quad-core machines, resulting in increased productivity and the 
ability to do exploratory technical computing in a wide range of 

Users of Mathematica Personal Grid Edition will see performance 
improvements of up to 300% over standard Mathematica with only 
minimal code modifications. For more-intensive parallel 
applications, programs can run unchanged on grids or clusters of 
any size using gridMathematica. This also makes Mathematica 
Personal Grid Edition the perfect prototyping environment for 
large-scale parallelism, and adds another dimension to Wolfram 
Research's ability to conveniently handle all of your 
supercomputing needs within the same basic framework.

Mathematica Personal Grid Edition is available for Windows, Mac
OS X, Linux, and Unix, for both 32-bit and 64-bit systems.

More details are available on the Mathematica Personal Grid
Edition website at:

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