Nov 17, 2020 – OREM, UTAH — Coreform LLC, the innovator in trusted simulation software, announces a rebranding of its leading software, Trelis, as Coreform Cubit, with groundbreaking new capabilities.
Following its recent acquisition of csimsoft and announcement of exclusive worldwide commercial distribution rights to Cubit Technology developed by Sandia National Labs, Coreform LLC announces that it will rebrand Trelis as Coreform Cubit. The new release of Coreform Cubit also introduces beta functionality to support isogeometric analysis (IGA). The new version of Coreform Cubit will include all of the modeling capabilities of Trelis plus advanced modeling capabilities and interfaces to support the Coreform IGA solver.
“The Trelis and Cubit brands are both used by leading defense, aerospace, and automotive companies, as well as by cutting-edge researchers and at the US national labs,” said Coreform CEO Matt Sederberg. “The rebrand of Trelis as Coreform Cubit reflects our tighter, exclusive relationship with Sandia as we accelerate and broaden Cubit’s premier position as the go-to meshing solution for challenging simulations across industries.”
The announcement comes on the heels of other major advancements by the company. Earlier this year, Coreform was recognized as one of the fastest-growing companies in the US by the Inc. 5000 list, coming in at #594. Its home state of Utah also recognized it as #15 in the fastest-growing companies in the state. The rebrand coincides with a major Coreform Cubit software update, including a new free Coreform Cubit Learn license available for students and hobbyists for non-commercial use.
More information about Coreform LLC and Coreform Cubit can be found at www.coreform.com.
About Coreform LLC
Coreform is the leading developer of commercial spline-based simulation software. Founded in 2014, the company’s globally recognized authorities in the field of isogeometric analysis are among the most widely cited authors in engineering sciences. Coreform is also the exclusive distributor of Sandia National Labs’ Cubit preprocessing software. The company’s spline-based simulation software Coreform IGA is based on its proprietary spline geometry instead of traditional meshes and provides many significant advantages over traditional FEA simulation software. Coreform is headquartered in Orem, Utah, USA. Visit www.coreform.com for more information.