Ansoft Introduces Linux Version of Harmonica and Symphony

Mar 20, 2001, 00:00 ET from Ansoft Corporation

    PITTSBURGH, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Ansoft Corporation (Nasdaq:   ANST)
 today announced the availability of the popular Harmonica and Symphony
 products for Intel-based Red Hat Linux versions 6.1 and 6.2.  Corporate
 interest in Linux includes Sun Microsystems, Hewlett Packard, Compaq
 Computers, AMD, and Dell Computers.
     "Linux leverages the stability, security, and interoperability of UNIX
 with the cost-effectiveness of PC hardware," said David Vye, Product Marketing
 Manager, Circuit and System tools.  "The power and flexibility of Linux has
 produced a growing demand for supported products."
     Linux is becoming popular among research centers where Ansoft's products
 are widely used in advanced development efforts.  Linux is also widely used in
 universities where Ansoft already has a strong presence through its University
 Program and student version software.  Linux support, in addition to these
 other programs, greatly benefits the next generation of communication systems'
 designers currently developing their engineering skills.
     Ansoft is a leading developer of high performance EDA software.  Ansoft
 products are used by engineers to design high performance electrical devices
 and systems, such as cellular phones, internet networks, satellites, computer
 chips, circuit boards, electronic sensors, and motors.  Ansoft markets its
 products worldwide through its direct sales force and provides comprehensive
 customer support and training.  For more information, please visit
 www.ansoft.com.
 
 

SOURCE Ansoft Corporation
    PITTSBURGH, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- Ansoft Corporation (Nasdaq:   ANST)
 today announced the availability of the popular Harmonica and Symphony
 products for Intel-based Red Hat Linux versions 6.1 and 6.2.  Corporate
 interest in Linux includes Sun Microsystems, Hewlett Packard, Compaq
 Computers, AMD, and Dell Computers.
     "Linux leverages the stability, security, and interoperability of UNIX
 with the cost-effectiveness of PC hardware," said David Vye, Product Marketing
 Manager, Circuit and System tools.  "The power and flexibility of Linux has
 produced a growing demand for supported products."
     Linux is becoming popular among research centers where Ansoft's products
 are widely used in advanced development efforts.  Linux is also widely used in
 universities where Ansoft already has a strong presence through its University
 Program and student version software.  Linux support, in addition to these
 other programs, greatly benefits the next generation of communication systems'
 designers currently developing their engineering skills.
     Ansoft is a leading developer of high performance EDA software.  Ansoft
 products are used by engineers to design high performance electrical devices
 and systems, such as cellular phones, internet networks, satellites, computer
 chips, circuit boards, electronic sensors, and motors.  Ansoft markets its
 products worldwide through its direct sales force and provides comprehensive
 customer support and training.  For more information, please visit
 www.ansoft.com.
 
 SOURCE  Ansoft Corporation