Maplesoft enhances math software
WATERLOO, CANADA, January 9, 2007 Maplesoft announced a major release of Maple, the companys flagship product. Maple 11 features enhancements to its smart document interface, strong computation engine, and connectivity capabilities. The result is a product that provides users the necessary technology to reduce error and dramatically increase analytical productivity.
With Maple 11, the company is advancing the revolutionary technical document interface technology it introduced two years ago. The new release combines the worlds most powerful mathematical computation engine with an intuitive user-interface that eliminates the learning curve so common with other mathematical software. Its smart document environment automatically captures all technical knowledge in an electronic form that seamlessly integrates calculations, explanatory text and math, graphics, images and sound, and more. These concise live documents can be reused or shared across the organization.
We initiated a radical change in the industry when we launched Maple 10 with its superior technical document and knowledge sharing capabilities," said Maplesoft CEO Jim Cooper. It changed the way people worked and Maple 11 represents another important leap forward in this direction. It is the leading tool for engineers and scientists to streamline and increase the quality of their analytical work. It also represents Maplesofts commitment to transforming the way our customers use technology.
Maple 11 is supported by an extensive range of products for various industrial applications including automotive, aerospace, electronics, energy and finance. Companion products include automatic model generation, optimal design tools, intelligent control design, reference e-books, and more.
Key New Features and Benefits of Maple 11
Maple 11 has a vastly improved computation engine that includes new mathematics, user-level multithreaded computations and the worlds best certified polynomial real root finder. The smart document environment minimizes the learning curve providing instant productivity. Whether it is to do quick calculations, develop design sheets, or produce sophisticated high fidelity simulation models, Maple 11 raises the bar for industry-leading mathematical power and provides a whole new level of analytical productivity.
Strong Mathematical Computation Engine
Pricing and Availability:
Maple 11 will begin shipping in March 2007. For professional licenses, Maple 11 is available for $1895 USD. In addition to Maple 11, customers will also receive the Maple Toolbox for MATLAB, MapleNet, and a one year subscription to the Maplesoft Elite Maintenance Program which offers product updates and other benefits. Academic, upgrade, and volume discounts available.
Maplesoft is the leading provider of high-performance software tools for engineering, science, and mathematics. Our product suite reflects our philosophy - given great tools, people can do great things. Maplesoft has transformed the way engineers, scientists, and mathematicians use math, enabling them to work better, faster, and smarter.
Organizations across the world have applied Maple in nearly every technical field, including Engineering Design, Operations Research, Scientific Research, and Financial Analysis. Maplesoft's commercial customer base includes Allied Signal, BMW, Boeing, BP, Daimler Chrysler, DreamWorks, EADS, Ford, General Electric, Hewlett Packard, Lucent Technologies, Met Office, Mitsubishi, Motorola, Raytheon, Renault, Sun Microsystems, Toyota, Tyco, Volvo Trucks.
Maplesoft offers powerful and easy-to-use tools that save time and reduce errors.
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