Cybernet Systems to acquire Maplesoft

October 2009
Scientific Computing World;Oct/Nov2009, Issue 108, p4
The article reports on the acquisition of Maplesoft by Cybernet Systems Corp., making an organisation that drives the development of engineering software. According to Kuniaki Tanaka, president of Cybernet, the company is confident that Maplesoft will deliver world-class technology, combined with an extending international client base in physical modelling. Maplesoft will continue to work as a separate entity and customers will experience no alteration in the way they deal with the company.


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