Huntsville, AL – June 6, 2008 – Ternion Corporation is pleased to announce the release of FLAMES, version 7.1. This is a relatively small release because Ternion has some exciting new features that it wants to provide to customers quickly. A few of these new features are summarized below. See the What’s New section of the FLAMES 7.1 documentation for additional details on these and other product enhancements.
FLAMES 7.1 Enhancements:
Enhanced Analysis Option Enhancements. FIRE has been enhanced to read a new type of file called an “experiment file” – a file that can contain values for scenario variables and execution parameters for an unlimited number of executions of a scenario. Experiment files can be created quickly with text editors, spreadsheet programs, JMP, and ModelCenter. They make performing parametric trade studies and Monte Carlo analysis with FLAMES easier than ever.
New Network Database Option. The new Network Database option available in FLAMES version 7.1 provides improved performance and security when applications executing on one computer are accessing a FLAMES scenario database resident on another computer.
DIS Option Enhancements. The DIS option has been enhanced to include support for additional versions of DIS and an additional PDU. In addition, DIS option settings now include additional parameters for fine-tuning network communications.
Customers with active software maintenance will receive version 7.1 upon request at no additional cost. Please contact customer support to make your request.