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Maplesoft announces Japanese edition of MapleSim

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Maplesoft's MapleSim, its multi-domain modelling and simulation tool, is now available in a Japanese edition.

'With speed and efficiency driving all business decisions globally, MapleSim couldn't have come at a better time,' said Jim Cooper, president and CEO of Maplesoft. 'Japan is a critical and fast growing market for us and MapleSim's undeniable value proposition will allow engineers here to take advantage of a technology that will supercharge the modelling and simulation process of engineering projects.'

'With the MapleSim Japanese edition, engineers now have access to a powerful modelling and simulation tool, along with the world's most advanced symbolic computing engine of Maple,' said Yoichi Mizoguchi, board member and general manager at Cybernet Systems, Maplesoft's partner in Japan. 'Our important partnership with Maplesoft continues to provide Japanese engineers with tools and technology that help them save project time and cost.'