OREM, UTAH — Coreform LLC, the fastest-growing developer of commercial spline-based simulation software at #594 on the 2020 Inc. 5000, has acquired exclusive distribution rights to Sandia National Laboratories’ Cubit software.
The Coreform team has worked closely with Sandia on the development of Cubit for more than fifteen years, and has distributed it under the name Trelis since 2019. The name “Trelis” will be phased out as Cubit takes a more central role in Coreform’s growth strategy. “We are planning aggressive investment in Cubit,” CEO Matt Sederberg says. “We want to make it the gold standard for preprocessing software in traditional simulation, and to also transform it into a next-generation spline-based preprocessor.”
Cubit software has been used in the simulation of hydrogen fueling stations, satellite radiation shields, lung tumors, and is the primary mesh generation tool used for neutronic analysis. Randy Morris, COO of Coreform and former Cubit developer, says, “Cubit is already the best software in the world for complex problems, and now we can push it even farther. This is going to be a game changer.”
Coreform plans to make a limited version of Cubit available to student users without cost.
More information about Sandia National Labs and Cubit can be found at www.coreform.com.
About Coreform LLC
Coreform is the leading developer of commercial spline-based simulation software and the 2020 Inc. 5000’s fastest-growing CAE company. 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. The company's spline-based simulation software 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.