SILICON Graphics has announced an enhanced CASEVision/WorkShop development environment that increases programmer productivity. Silicon Graphics has also introduced the Indy DevStation, an integrated software development platform combining the CASEVision environment with Indy, Silicon Graphics' new desktop system. The Indy DevStation provides users with the industry's most powerful UNIX software development solution at a price under US$8,500. The new software announcement includes WorkShop 2.0 and four optional WorkShop modules delivering such capabilities as advanced C++ support, a 3D array visualiser and the first complete multiprocessor development solution in a UNIX environment. ''Silicon Graphics is committed to the technical CASE market by providing exceptional development tools the increasing complexities of software design,'' said Wei Ting, Silicon Graphics' general manager of the Visual Magic Division. ''This new environment incorporates next-generation technology that substantially advances the way programmers develop software. The power of these tools, coupled with the unparalleled price and performance of the Indy DevStation, makes the Silicon Graphics' CASE offering the industry's most complete, leading-edge software development solution.'' Providing an optimal platform for the CASEVision environment, the Indy desktop system starts at US$6,500 and packs more interactive media, visual computing and workgroup collaboration capabilities into a PC-priced system than many other computers. The new Indy DevStation non-discountable configuration includes a 340 megabyte disk, the IRIS Development Option (IDO) suite of development libraries and ANSI C compiler and CASEVision/WorkShop for under US$8,500.