Re: CALMA: Request for Information

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From: [email protected] (Greg Grotyohann)
Subject: Re: CALMA: Request for Information
Date: Fri, 7 Jan 1994 14:52:55 GMT

In article <[email protected]>, [email protected]
(James B. Reed) writes:
|>In article <[email protected]>, [email protected] (Elaine
Acree) writes:
|>|> We are looking for information on Calma CAD packages.
|>|> We are particularly interested in applications to the
|>|> Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) area.
|>|> At this point, all we have is the name Calma. Any information
|>|> that you could pass along would be most appreciated.
|>Calma was one of the early Electronics CAD companies. They
|>were big back when the state of the art was software that
|>helped you draw polygons for chip and board layouts (as
|>opposed to drawing and cutting things by hand). GE bought
|>Calma at Calma's peak and gradually rode them into the
|>ground. They laid off some employees and sold most of
|>what was left of Calma to Valid (which has since been
|>acquired by Cadence).
|>I don't believe that Calma ever had any AEC applications.
|>However, my current employer, Itergraph, does have AEC aplications.
|> Jim
|>James B. Reed | If at first you don't succeed,
|>Intergraph Corporation | Find out why,
|>[email protected] | **THEN** try again.

Another idiot who doesn't know what they are talking about!!! You don't even
know how to spell your employers name!!! Calma has sold Mechanical
and AEC CAD software since 1978. CV is still selling Calma software.


Greg Grotyohann |Computervision Corp. |
Sr System Support Specialist |Mail Stop MS01-35 |
(617) 275-1800 X2686 |201 Burlington Road |
[email protected] |Bedford, MA 01730 |
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