Wolfram Research Expands Access to CalculationCenter with New
March 19, 2004--Wolfram Research has expanded its licensing options for
CalculationCenter, making the easy-to-use computational software
even more accessible. The release of Network CalculationCenter
and CalculationCenter for Students streamlines affordable
multi-user site access and offers students an inexpensive option for
use on their personal computers.
Based on Mathematica technology, but specifically designed for less
demanding practical applications, CalculationCenter's new Version 2
features quick data analysis, enhanced error-correction capabilities, and
broadened communications support. With a simple and friendly interface,
CalculationCenter 2 eliminates the need for lengthy manuals and
lets users get right to the tasks at hand.
Network CalculationCenter is the most cost-effective licensing
solution for academic and business settings where dedicated single-machine
licenses are not necessary. With this new option, sites can optimize the
availability of a given number of licenses over a larger group of users.
Using the MathLM licensing manager, system administrators can
deploy multiple processes from a central location with just one
installation and offer their users the convenience of working from any
While the new network licensing provides more flexible options to
multiple-user sites, CalculationCenter for Students offers more
affordability for students working at their personal computers.
With immediate support for anything from basic algebra to symbolic
integration and differentiation, CalculationCenter for Students is
ideal for students enrolled in business, statistics, and other related
courses. Integrated help systems like InstantCalculators assist in
getting assignments done quickly and correctly on the first try.
Using the SmartPlot feature, students may also create complex graphs to be
exported in 3D file formats, integrated into technical word-processing
documents compatible with notebooks (.nb), or published on the web. With
CalculationCenter for Students, professional-quality presentations
are only a few clicks away.
Now available with licensing options to suit any user's needs,
CalculationCenter 2 is the solution for technical workloads of
almost any level and size.
"CalculationCenter is already an indispensable tool for many
students, professionals, and educators," said Conrad Wolfram, Director of
Strategic and International Development at Wolfram Research. "With these
new competitively priced editions, CalculationCenter will be more
accessible for training toward technical careers and for organizations
looking to integrate the quick computational solution into their R&D