Customers from 25 Countries Convene in Frankfurt Germany to Attend 2004 International Moldflow User Group Conference

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Moldflow Corporation (NASDAQ: MFLO), the world leader in software solutions for optimizing the design and manufacture of plastic products, today announced the successful completion of its Third Annual International Moldflow User Group Conference (iMUG) held in Frankfurt, Germany from May 17-19. Approximately 240 attendees from 25 different countries listened to over 30 different technical and industry presentations which were simultaneously translated into 4 languages.
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Simulation Software vs. the Terrorists

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Cutting-edge programs can both help train rescue workers and help security officials pinpoint weak spots before the bad guys can.
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IBM ups interoperability of SAN File System

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IBM’s TotalStorage SAN File System was supposed to virtualize storage on arrays from any vendor, but when it was launched last fall, it only featured support for its own storage systems. With today’s announcement of Version 2.1, however, it claims the SAN File System can virtualize and store files on EMC Corp.’s Symmetrix, Hitachi Ltd.’s Lightning, Hewlett-Packard Co.’s devices or any other array that supports the SCSI interface.
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ANSYS Breaks Engineering Simulation Solution Barrier

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ANSYS, Inc. (Nasdaq: ANSS – News), a global innovator of simulation software and technologies designed to optimize product development processes, today announced that it has become the first engineering simulation company to solve a structural analysis model with more than 100 million degrees of freedom (DOF), making it possible for ANSYS customers to solve models of aircraft engines, automobiles, construction equipment and other complete systems.
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SGI gets its act together

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Silicon Graphics Inc. once strode across Silicon Valley like the digital dinosaurs created for “Jurassic Park” on its state-of-the-art supercomputers.
The company, now called SGI, rode an earlier boom to become a tech icon, with 11,000 employees and a Hollywood sheen derived from the dazzling special effects it produced for “Terminator 2” and other hits of the 1990s.
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