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MSC.Software Corp. announced MD Patran, an enterprise-level solution that delivers enhanced multidisciplinary capabilities to pre- and post-processing for CAE simulation. MD Patran brings advanced simulation modeling and geometry creation and modification tools that allow business to create, use and reuse finite element models involved in heavily engineered products. Using the GUI-based MD Patran, companies can perform multi-disciplinary analysis — significantly improving productivity. MD Patran is a natural companion to MD Nastran working to for its multi-disciplinary (MD) capabilities.



Microsoft announced broad support for the launch of Windows Vista from nearly 1,000 global independent software vendors (ISVs) that will deliver a range of applications and solutions for the operating system. Microsoft also detailed its commitment to helping ISVs deliver applications that run on Microsoft Windows Vista through a series of programs to help drive partner success and customer choice based on Windows Vista. The approximately 1,000 ISVs developing for Windows Vista will deliver a range of solutions, with 15 of the top 25 global ISVs among those creating applications. SolidWorks Corp. is building next-generation applications using the power of 3-D graphics in Windows Vista to
bring technology to life and enhance communications. "Windows Vista offers many features that create compelling opportunities for enterprise software vendors," said Efrat Ravid, manager of the SolidWorks Solution Partner Program.



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