PTC Adds Powerful New Capabilities to Mathcad

PTC (Nasdaq: PMTC) today announced the general availability of Mathcad Prime® 2.0 -- the latest release of PTC’s engineering calculation software. Mathcad Prime 2.0 adds powerful new calculation features and advanced capabilities to an easy-to-learn, easy-to-use interface. Additionally, Mathcad Prime 2.0 integrates with other best-in-class PTC products like Creo® and Windchill® to enable increased productivity, improved process efficiency and better collaboration between individuals and teams.

Mathcad Prime 2.0 delivers the following enhancements that improve the personal and engineering process productivity benefits currently offered by the Mathcad® product family:

Excel Component
Seamless and meaningful integration of Mathcad and Excel enables users to access and utilize data from existing spreadsheets and eliminates need to convert data when introducing Mathcad.

Symbolic Algebra
Automates the process of explicit derivation to manipulate complex equations reducing errors and improves efficiency.

3-dimensional (3-D) Plots
Enables engineers to easily manipulate, analyze and visualize complex data for more complete insight and better documentation.

Collapsible Areas
Allow users to manage content better and have more control over their workspace, by collapsing (placing out of view) details that are not essential at the moment, improving productivity and collaboration.

Computational Improvements including faster performance, 64 bit support, optimization solver and multi-threading
Reduce computation time, remove limitations of data-set size, and enable more exploration to be done in the concept phase. More design approaches can be evaluated with higher confidence, reducing errors and problems that occur later in detailed design.

For more information, visit: www.ptc.com/product/mathcad



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