We look forward to continuing to grow the adoption of Scilab in Korea with such a strong local partner
San Jose, CA, USA (PRWEB) March 27, 2012
Equalis, the leading provider of open source numerical analysis, visualization and simulation solutions for engineers and scientists, today announced that it has appointed THiRA Solution and Consulting as its partner for Korea. THiRA is a specialist Korean manufacturing operations and optimization software and services provider. It is headed by industry veterans and with extensive experience working with major Korean manufacturing companies and education institutions. The Equalis solution is based on the world’s leading open source numerical computation platform, Scilab. Through this partnership, THiRA and Equalis will drive the adoption of the Scilab application by providing customers direct access to a local, dedicated team of application specialists to quickly solve challenges.
Equalis, through its unique partnership with Scilab, provides a complete industrial grade solution consisting of the Scilab open source numerical computation platform, exclusive Equalis premier modules, as well as complete Equalis support programs for every type of user; be it educational users, professional users, or companies deploying globally. Scilab, downloaded more than 3,500,000 times, is the de facto open source standard for numerical analysis and simulation. Equalis premier modules include; Communications, Connectivity, Control and Power Systems, Fixed Point, Instrument Control, Neural Networks, Signal Processing, SoftCruncher (performance enhancement), and much more. Equalis also provides comprehensive user support featuring the Equalis SOS portal, e-mail access to the Equalis expert support team, real-time global support capabilities in numerous time zones and languages, accelerated bug fixes and input into the product development roadmap.
THiRA, founded in 2000, provides a range of software solutions and support services to Korean engineering and manufacturing companies, including Samsung and LG Electronics. THiRA also has extensive expertise in providing training and deploying complex software solutions.
"We are delighted to expand our coverage for our fast growing Korean customer base through this partnership with THiRA who has great expertise and respect in understanding and optimizing customer product and process development needs”, said Neil Mitchell, COO and Co-founder, Equalis. "We look forward to continuing to grow the adoption of Scilab in Korea with such a strong local partner”.
"Numerical analysis and simulation is a core technology for many of our customers and we are excited to join the Equalis team to bring this leading solution to Korea”, said Woncheol Cho, CEO of THiRA. "We look forward to leveraging our expertise to support Korea’s Scilab users”.
THiRA is a respected provider of supply chain management solutions to Korean companies. Solutions include; demand planning, production master planning, shop floor level scheduling, and sequencing and prioritization. THiRA was awarded a patent for their solver and algorithms, and awarded the prize of national innovative software in 2006. THiRA’s customers vary from semiconductor and display devices, mobile and other consumer electronics manufacturing to discrete industries such as automotive and auto parts manufacturing. THiRA’s solution and services are enabling the “Manufacturing Operating System” company which is a completely integrated and intelligent manufacturing solutions platform for business for Asian manufacturing companies. For more information, please visit http://www.thirasnc.com.
Equalis is the leading provider of numerical analysis, visualization and simulation software solutions for engineers and scientists based on the world’s leading open source numerical computation platform, Scilab. Our solution provides more functionality and more flexibility at a fraction of the cost of other solutions, and is used for optimization, signal processing, control systems, embedded systems, test and measurement, and much more. By providing rich features and a complete range of services, it meets the production needs of industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, energy, manufacturing, semiconductor and others. Having been downloaded over 3,500,000 times, Scilab is used extensively throughout the world in both industry and research, including companies such as: ArcelorMittal, CNES, EDF, IDT, LeCroy, and Peugeot, to name a few. For more information, please visit http://www.equalis.com.