For Immediate Release
MathFlow 2.0 Released
LONG BEACH, Calif. — March 22, 2012
— Design Science today announced the release of a major upgrade to its MathFlow
product line. MathFlow is a set of components that are widely used to add math editing,
display and accessibility to publishing and editorial systems, elearning and
assessment applications, enterprise solutions and commercial software products.
The technology at the heart of MathFlow is MathML, the XML standard for
representing mathematical notation that is an integral part of many
documentation and accessibility standards, including HTML 5, EPUB 3, DAISY,
DITA, DocBook, NLM, etc.
MathFlow 2.0 adds many new features, including support
MathML 3's elementary math and line-breaking, the ability to customize its look and feel to match its host application, 64-bit Windows
support, Plane 1 Unicode, STIX fonts, localization, enhancements for geometry, math-speech, accessibility and more.
"MathML is rapidly becoming essential to
elearning system providers, and publishers of ebooks and other online content. MathFlow 2.0 is
a major step in the evolution of our industry-leading MathML component suite.
Besides providing the best MathML formatting, our support and training are
second to none. There is just no reason for any organization to risk the success
of their publishing and development projects on any other MathML solution," said Paul R. Topping, Design Science's
Evaluation software, development licenses, and
deployment licenses for OEM distribution and enterprise solutions are available.
More information is available on the Design Science website,
About Design Science
Founded in 1986 and headquartered in Long Beach,
California, Design Science develops software used by educators, scientists and
publishing professionals, including MathType, Equation Editor in Microsoft
Office, MathFlow and MathPlayer, to communicate on the web and in print.
For more information please visit
+1 (562) 432-2920
Design Science, Inc.
140 Pine Avenue, 4th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90802