ROSH HAAYIN, Israel, January 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Fourier Systems (Fourier-sys.com), a global pioneer in the science education technology industry, announced today, the availability of its MultiLab(TM) data analysis software for PCs running the Linux operating system. MultiLab for Linux works seamlessly with Fourier's USBLink and MultiLogPro data loggers, as well as the full range of the company's over 65 sensors.
MultiLab for Linux supports the following Linux operating systems: Ubuntu - v9.04 or higher, Fedora - v11 or higher and Debian. The MultiLab for Linux user interface is configured for English as the default language, and can be customized for almost any other language upon request.
"Although the overall market share of the Linux OS is minor in the global perspective, the benefits of Linux' free, open source OS have gained traction in the education sector," said Ken Zwiebel, CEO of Fourier Systems. "It is precisely for this reason that we are glad to introduce the Linux version of MultiLab and reach an important segment of science educators worldwide."
Fourier will be demonstrating MultiLab for Linux at BETT 2011 at Grandgall Hall - Booth N49, January 12-15, 2011, at Olympia in London.
About Fourier Systems:
A privately held company established in 1989, Fourier Systems has grown to become a worldwide leader in the field of science education technology. Our products include compact portable data logging devices, a full suite of analysis software, more than 65 sensors and the flagship Nova5000(TM) solution for student science laboratories. Fourier's products automate and simplify the way data is gathered, analyzed and shared, thus reducing time-consuming data logging tasks to a minimum. Together with a wealth of curriculum materials, Fourier provides a comprehensive, cost-effective solution for teaching science that can make computerized science laboratories a reality in schools worldwide.
For more information: Fourier Systems: Eric Rosenberg Director of Marketing +972-3-901-4849 [email protected]
SOURCE Fourier Systems Ltd.