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FOR RELEASE Monday, October 25, 2004
CAMBRIDGE, England –UGS, a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services, and its D-Cubed subsidiary today announced the immediate availability of new releases of three of D-Cubed’s industry-leading component software products. The new releases of 3D Dimensional Constraint Manager (3D DCM) version 30.0, Assembly Engineering Manager (AEM) version 16.0 and Hidden Line Manager (HLM) version 32.0 contain new enhancements to improve function and performance.
Detailed descriptions of the enhancements are available online.
D-Cubed is a wholly owned subsidiary of UGS and its software solutions are part of UGS’ PLM Components family of products. D-Cubed develops software components for the CAD/CAM/CAE application development industry in all areas of geometric, solid and variational/parametric modeling. Most of the world’s leading CAD/CAM/CAE vendors have adopted one or more of D?Cubed’s widely respected component technologies for integration into their end-user applications.
UGS is a leading global provider of product lifecycle management (PLM) software and services with more than 3.1 million licensed seats and 42,000 clients worldwide. Headquartered in Plano, Texas, the company promotes openness and standardization and works collaboratively with its clients in creating enterprise solutions enabling them to transform their process of innovation and thus begin to capture the value of PLM.
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