Graphisoft Ships ARCHICAD 7.0 to US
Release Offers Industry's Highest Levels of Interoperability and Standards Support
Boston/San Francisco - (June 18, 2001) - Graphisoft, the third largest vendor of Architectural design software and the leader in object-based AEC CAD, will ship ARCHICAD 7.0 to the U.S. beginning June 18, 2001.
Graphisoft's latest release of ARCHICAD takes AEC CAD interoperability and standards adoption to new heights with support of the soon-to-be-released International Alliance for Interoperability's Industry Foundation Classes 2.0 and the National Institute of Building Standards US National CAD Standards version 2.0.
The industry's highest levels of interoperability combined with powerful Internet-based design collaboration and 4D construction simulation tools advance ARCHICAD 7.0 to the next generation of PC-based CAD applications.
"As industry standards converge and the Internet becomes a ubiquitous tool in building design and management, ARCHICAD and its sister product ArchiFM are ideally equipped for practice in this rapidly evolving environment," comments Chris Barron, AIA, vice-president of Architecture for Graphisoft. "Firms of all sizes are faced with the challenges of adapting the time-honored practice of architecture to the speed of the Internet and the tools they choose will play a large part in their success."
ARCHICAD 7.0 runs on Windows 98/ME and NT/2000; MacOS 8.6 - 9.1 and will support Apple's latest operating system, OSX.