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Equalis Appoints TOYO Corporation as its Scilab Solution Partner for Japan

San Jose, CA and Tokyo, Japan (PRWEB) August 22, 2011

Equalis, the leading provider of open source numerical analysis, visualization and simulation solutions for engineers and scientists, today announced that it has appointed TOYO Corporation as its partner for Japan. TOYO Corporation is a pre-eminent Japanese specialist in the all-critical area of measurement, providing comprehensive and integrated support in the core triad of hardware, software and education. The Equalis solution is based on the worlds leading open source numerical computation platform, Scilab. Through this partnership, TOYO Corporation and Equalis will drive the adoption of the Scilab application by providing customers direct access to a local, dedicated team of applications specialists to solve challenges fast.

Used by more than three million engineers and scientists in academia and industry globally, Scilab is the de facto leader for open source numerical analysis and simulation. Equalis provides a full range of Scilab support programs, including; training, deployment, Scilab On-line Support (SOS), consulting and development services. The Equalis SOS program features; advanced online user searchable documentation, video tutorials, tech tips, priority bug fixes, and access to the Equalis expert support team through e-mail, chat, phone, and desktop connect. Equalis also provides support migrating Matlab users to the Scilab application as well as premium features available only to SOS customers.

“We are delighted to expand our coverage for our fast growing Japanese customer base through this partnership with TOYO Corporation who has an unrivaled reputation for supporting its demanding customers for over five decades, said Carmine Napolitano, CEO and Co-founder, Equalis. “We look forward to continuing to grow the adoption of Scilab in Japan with such a strong local partner.

“Numerical analysis and simulation is a core technology for many of our customers and we are excited to join the Equalis team to bring innovative solutions to Japan, said Hideyuki Okazawa, Director of TOYO Corporation. “We look forward to bringing our expertise to support Japans Scilab users.

About TOYO Corporation

Founded in 1953, TOYO Corporation is a leading importer and value-added distributor of electronic test and measurement equipment and enterprise software products in Japan. TOYO’s comprehensive marketing capabilities and superior engineering and technical services enable the localization and customization of foreign technology for the Japanese market. TOYO is widely recognized as a preeminent supplier of test and measurement solutions, and education and professional consulting services to R&D departments of corporations. More information can be obtained at

About Equalis

Equalis is the leading provider of numerical analysis, visualization and simulation software solutions for engineers and scientists based on the worlds leading open source numerical computation platform, Scilab. Our solution provides more functionality and more flexibility at a fraction of the cost of other solutions, and is used for optimization, signal processing, control systems, embedded systems, test and measurement, and much more. By providing rich features and a complete range of services, it meets the production needs of industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, energy, manufacturing, semiconductor and others. Having been downloaded over 3 million times, Scilab is used extensively throughout the world in both industry and research, including companies such as; ArcelorMittal, CNES, EDF, IDT, Peugeot, to name a few. For more information, please visit


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