TYAN is targeting its newly released S8225 Workstation Motherboard at graphics workstation and personal supercomputing applications. The power-efficient S8225 supports two six-core AMD Opteron 4100 series processors and up to four double-wide PCI-E 2.0 GPGPU compute accelerators. Additional features include four 1-Gbit Ethernet ports, integrated support for IPMI 2.0, an optional LSI 2008 SAS controller, integrated audio, IEEE 1394a headers and TPM 1.2 support in an EATX 12" x 13" form factor.
Illumination Software Creator from Radical Breeze makes application development not only accessible to everyone but also “just plain fun”. Now in version 3.0, this cross-platform, 100% visual application creation suite allows even those with absolutely no programming experience to visually design and create their own software applications that run on a wide variety of platforms. This latest version adds support for native iPhone and iPad applications using the exact same projects that already build for Android, Flash and so on. Apps produced for iOS platforms by Illumination Software Creator are able to be submitted to the iTunes App Store. Support for Windows Phone 7 applications is coming soon. Illumination Software Creator is available on on Linux, Windows and Mac OS X platforms.
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