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 Lightworks demonstrates latest multi-core technology at COFES

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Date posted: 29/04/2011

(Press Release) Lightworks, supplier of rendering solutions for developers of advanced 3D computer graphics software, is pleased to announce that the Company will be taking part in this year’s Congress On the Future of Engineering Software event (Cofes) in Scottsdale, Arizona.

Cofes is the engineering software industry’s only annual think tank event which brings together executives from design, engineering, architectural, development and technology companies, to understand the role engineering technology will play in the future survival and success of business. Lightworks will have their largest ever presence at this event and is looking forward to welcoming visitors to their hospitality suite where they will be able to see the latest advances from Lightworks.

Lightworks will be sharing their suite with partners Caustic Graphics (part of the Imagination Technologies Group) and will be previewing the latest version of their Lightworks Artisan product working with the latest Caustic visualisation technology.

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