ANSYS, Inc. develops and markets engineering simulation software and technologies used by engineers, designers, researchers, and students in aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, electronics, biomedical, energy, and defense industries and academia worldwide. Its products include ANSYS Workbench, a framework upon which the company’s suite of engineering simulation technologies are built; Multiphysics that creates virtual prototypes of designs; Structural Mechanics, which offers simulation tools for product design and optimization; Fluid Dynamics that provides modeling fluid flow and other related physical phenomena; and Explicit Dynamics, which simulates physical events. The company also offers Electromagnetics, which provides field simulation software for designing electronic and electromechanical products; System Simulation, a collaborative simulation environment providing modeling scalability for evaluating entire systems, including 3-D high-fidelity models, multibody dynamics, and circuit reduced-order models; and ANSYS Engineering Knowledge Manager, a solution for simulation-based process and data management. In addition, it provides academic product suite with a portfolio of academic products based on associate, research, and teaching; and high-performance computing (HPC) product suite delivering cross-physics parallel processing capability for the company’s simulation software by supporting structural, fluids, thermal, and electromagnetic simulations in a single HPC solution. Further, the company offers geometry handling solutions for engineering simulation; meshing technology that transforms a physical model into a mathematical model; and a suite of Apache software, which delivers power analysis and optimization platforms along with integrated methodologies for managing the power budget, power delivery integrity, and power-induced noise in an electronic design. The company was founded in 1970 and is headquartered in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania.