Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran Technology Preview for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET 
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 Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran Technology Preview for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET

Incline Village, Nevada.  February 13, 2002 - Lahey Computer Systems, Inc.
today announced availability of its second Lahey/Fujitsu fortran Technology
Preview for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET.  The Preview allows users to build
sample Fortran applications for Microsoft .NET using the Microsoft Visual
Studio .NET development environment.  The Technology Preview can be
downloaded from Lahey's Web site, http://www.*-*-*.com/ .

Lahey/Fujitsu Fortran for Microsoft .NET will be used as a key tool for
scientific and mathematical programming. The Preview is Lahey's latest step
in their previously announced plan to provide Fortran for Microsoft Visual
Studio .NET in Q3 2002.

"With all the interest in Microsoft's .NET strategy, and especially in .NET
tools for developers, we felt it was important to present a technology
preview to the market at this time," said Bill Lassaline, president of Lahey
Computer Systems, Inc.  "This year, we will release additional previews and
a language system for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET that preserves existing
investments in Fortran while offering the benefits of the Microsoft .NET
platform. Users will be able to build  applications faster, share resources
easier, and create more value with their Fortran-based applications than
ever before."

"We are thrilled that Lahey is providing Fortran for the .NET platform" said
Tom Button, vice president for the Developer and Platform Evangelism
Division at Microsoft Corp. "Companies have a significant investment in
Fortran code, and the combination of Lahey's Fortran and the .NET Platform
will make that code more valuable to companies moving forward. With the
multilanguage support of Visual Studio .NET, Fortran code can be easily
combined with other code to ensure the right tool is always used for the
job."

The Fortran Preview for Microsoft Visual Studio .NET demonstrates the
following:
-Fortran for Microsoft .NET-based programs
-Integration of Fortran in Microsoft Visual Studio .NET
-ASP.NET calling Fortran
-Multi-language interoperability between Fortran and other Microsoft .NET
languages
-Graphical user interface written using Fortran and Windows Forms
-Support for calling native Fortran DLLs

About Lahey Computer Systems, Inc.
Now in its 35th year, Lahey Computer Systems, Inc. develops, markets, sells,
and supports high-quality Fortran-language programming tools.  For
additional information, please visit http://www.*-*-*.com/ or contact Alan

Founded in 1935, Fujitsu Limited is an international leader in information
technology, telecommunications, semiconductors and other electronics
devices. The Fujitsu group with over 400 technology, software, and service
companies is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. Fujitsu Limited (TSE:6702)
reported consolidated revenues of 5.48 trillion yen for the fiscal year
ended March 31, 2001.

Contact Information:
Lahey Computer Systems, Inc.
http://www.*-*-*.com/


Phone:  800-548-4778, 775-831-2500
Fax:  775-831-8123



Mon, 02 Aug 2004 11:00:33 GMT  
 
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