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Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac Out—Still Runs Revit Just As Good
The latest version of Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac offers designers and architects access to the few remaining big CAD and design applications not yet available on OS X, while offering far more in multi-VMs support for legacy, Linux, Xbox and more…
Parallels New Remote Application Server v15 Serves Up Windows Apps to Any Platform
Parallels delivers on bringing more options for companies to serve up Windows-based apps and Windows desktops to any type of computer and device around the world. This new solution may be considered for those trying to access Windows-based CAD solutions.
Parallels Launches Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac
Parallels launched Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac, offering users the best of both worlds with support for both OS X El Capitan and Windows 10 allowing them to take advantage of productivity-enhancing features like always-on Cortana and quick-look integration for Windows apps. This year, Parallels has created Pro Edition and Business Editions, for the developer/power and business user, respectively.
Parallels releases Desktop 6 for Mac Enterprise Edition
Parallels Brings Best Windows on Mac Experience to Businesses
Tidbits: Nemetschek, LumenRT, and Parallels news
Mac CAD/3D News: We have tidbits on Nemetschek Vectorworks, including the rendering competition they are sponsoring with Maxon; plus news on LumenRT, a new plugin for SketchUp; and finally a new Parallels product to help with PC-to-Mac conversion
Tidbits: Autodesk University, Nvidia Quadro and next Mac Pros
Mac CAD and 3D News: In Tidbits today we have news on Apple’s next Mac Pros getting exclusive use of Intel’s new six-core Xeons; we also cover a report out on the Web about Nvidia Quadros at Autodesk University and a link to a Parallels vs Fusion article
VMware Fusion 3 announced, will push CAD further
VMware heats up the competition with the announcement of VMware Fusion 3 to ship later in October. The latest release offers numerous performance improvements including a new engine and 64-bit support on Snow Leopard.
Tidbits: Fusion update, progeCAD, Strata news
Mac CAD and 3D News: Tidbits today include news on progeCAD officially explaining how to run its IntelliCAD-based, AutoCAD compatible software on Mac computers. We also have more virtualization news in the form of an update to VWware’s Fusion and Strata Foto 3D CX news.
Autodesk continues to embrace the Mac
Autodesk expands Mac support via virtualization officially with Parallels agreement. Now Autodesk customers can get official support for running programs like AutoCAD and Revit under Parallels Desktop for Mac.
Parallels pushes more Windows users to Mac with new software
Parallels pulls out all the stops in creating Parallels Desktop Switch to Mac Edition — new version provides extensive, interactive and easy to use help technology to enable Windows users to switch to the Mac more gracefully.
Tidbits: ArchiCAD, SketchUp, Fusion vs Parallels, and Live Interiors 3D
Mac CAD and 3D News: We have new items on Graphisoft’s latest BEK winner, a Salon article on SketchUp and IKEA Planner, Parallels vs Fusion and BeLight’s latest update this month of Live Interiors 3D.
Tips for Running SolidWorks on your Mac
SolidSmack has a story on how to run Windows-only MCAD software SolidWorks on your Intel Mac Computer.
Tidbits: Mathematica 7 and VM Fusion 2.0.1
Mac CAD and 3D Tidbits: Wolfram updates Mathematica to version 7 with over 500 new features and VMware updates Fusion to 2.0.1 – adds performance update
Parallels 4 – Offers More for Mac CAD/3D Users
Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Mac Opens Up More Windows and Linux CAD and 3D Applications to Mac Users
Experimental 3D acceleration with Virtualization from Parallels and VMware
An Atomic article goes indepth to test out Parallels’ and VMware’s experimental support for hardware-accelerated 3D graphics in Windows XP virtual machines on your Mac
VMware and Parallels: Dominance in the CAD arena
With VMware clearly hustling to be in the fight with archrival Parallels, does it not make sense for VMware to establish partnerships with Windows-only CAD companies, much the same as what Parallels did with Autodesk?