MEDIT GUIs Come to Linux - Beta-Test Planned
At the beginning of Q3 2010, MEDIT plans to launch a Linux-based GUI for MED-SuMo, and we seek participants for the free beta-test program. Help bring our GUI products to Linux...
At the upcoming ACS Congress in San Francisco from the 21st to the 24th March, MEDIT will launch its latest range of products. You are invited visit us at booth 119 at the Moscone Center. (I can provide a free pass for the Expo, for anyone interested in that!)
MEDIT has distributed the premier software solution for searching and investigating interaction-based similarities on protein surfaces and in protein-ligand binding sites. To date, we've offered user-friendly interfaces for the Windows desktop, for CCG's MOE, for Tripos' Sybyl and more...
...and soon, we will launch a Linux-based GUI for MED-SuMo. Linux versions of our other new products are also planned.
Starting April 2010, we will undertake a beta-test programme on Linux for certain products. We invite you to participate in this beta-test programme. Get early access to the Linux version of the GUI, and have the opportunity to provide feedback directly into our development process. Following a planned three-month testing period, all beta-testers will be offered various incentives as thanks for their contributions.
As a Linux user myself since a PC magazine included RedHat 4.1 on the cover disk - nearly half a life-time ago - this is an exciting evolution of the MEDIT software for me.
For further information, visit us at our booth 119 at the ACS Congress in San Francisco, or visit our beta-teat website with no obligations for yourself.