Cranes Software announces India launch of Matlab & Simulink.

By SiliconIndia   |   Monday, 23 September 2002, 07:00 Hrs
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BANGALORE: Cranes Software International, a total solution provider in the scientific software & engineering domain, and its US principal The MathWorks Inc., announced Monday the launch of release 13 with major new versions of Matlab and Simulink in India.

Matlab 6.5 includes new JIT Acceleration, which provides faster execution, making Matlab 6.5 a powerful alternative to manual coding in C for technical computing applications. Simulink 5 provides new support for multi-domain modeling and simulation coupled with embedded target support, creating an environment for the end-to-end process of embedded system design.

“Our customers rely on our products to achieve technology breakthroughs and productivity advances. The capabilities in Release 13 will benefit all of our customers, across industries such as aerospace, automotive, biotechnology, communications, electronics, semiconductor, instrumentation, earth & ocean sciences and financial services” said Pradeep Kumar, Sr. Vice President, Cranes Software International Ltd.

“Release 13 of the MathWorks product family also includes 10 new products and upgrades of more than 33 other products.” added Pradeep Kumar.

MATLAB is recognized as a de facto industry-standard environment for productively exploring technical ideas and developing algorithms that solve complex problems. With the new built-in JIT-Accelerator technology, MATLAB 6.5 programs run faster, in some cases, hundreds of times faster than before. When combined with the long-established productivity gain of working in the intuitive MATLAB programming language, the accelerated MATLAB performance enables users to skip the additional step and trouble of recoding their work in C. They can use a single environment throughout their projects, with the option to automatically deploy algorithms and applications as C/C++ code, Excel add-ins, and COM objects.

With Release 13, Simulink addresses the end-to-end development process from system-level modeling to embedded-software code generation. Simulink 5 provides new capabilities including multi-domain modeling for mechanical, electrical power, and wireless systems; production code generation for microcontrollers; and, major improvements in DSP code generation. These enhancements address the key steps in embedded-system development, including modeling the physical behaviors of real systems, designing software algorithms, and generating code that is as efficient and compact as hand-written code for target processors.

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