Wolfram News

Wolfram SystemModeler

Announcing Wolfram SystemModeler 4

Published July 23, 2014

Today we are proud to announce the release of Wolfram SystemModeler 4. For SystemModeler 4, we have expanded the supported model libraries to cover many new areas. We’ve also improved workflows for everything from learning the software to developing models to analyzing and deploying them.»

Mathematica 10

Launching Mathematica 10—with 700+ New Functions and a Crazy Amount of R&D

Published July 9, 2014

We've got an incredible amount of new technology coming out this summer. Two weeks ago we launched Wolfram Programming Cloud. Today I'm pleased to announce the release of a major new version of Mathematica: Mathematica 10.»

Wolfram Language

Back by Popular Demand: Wolfram Programming Cloud Virtual Event

Published July 2, 2014

Due to unprecedented demand, Wolfram is rebroadcasting its first ever Wolfram Programming Cloud virtual event in its entirety, plus another live Q&A with Wolfram experts. In this free event, our experts will demonstrate how to develop Wolfram Language programs online and deploy them to the cloud. Topics will include intelligent web-based forms, Instant APIs, and the knowledge-based programming paradigm of the Wolfram Language.»

Wolfram Cloud

Wolfram Programming Cloud Is Live!

Published June 23, 2014

Twenty-six years ago today we launched Mathematica 1.0. And I am excited that today we have what I think is another historic moment: the launch of Wolfram Programming Cloud—the first in a sequence of products based on the new Wolfram Language.»

Mathematica Link for Excel

Bringing the Power of Mathematica to Excel

Published June 23, 2014

Now compatible with Mathematica 9, Mathematica Link for Excel provides seamless interaction between Mathematica and Microsoft Excel. Available for Windows platforms. »

Wolfram Language

New Wolfram Cloud Event Brings Together Experts, Developers

Published June 23, 2014

Wolfram has scheduled an online event for June 24 where experts in the Wolfram Language will show attendees how to create and deploy Wolfram Language programs to the cloud. Expected topics include intelligent web-based forms, Instant APIs, and the knowledge-based programming paradigm of the Wolfram Language.»


Register for the 2014 Wolfram Technology Conference

Published June 9, 2014

Attend the Wolfram Technology Conference, October 22–24, and learn how Wolfram is injecting computation everywhere. Gain a deep understanding of Wolfram technologies through lectures, hands-on workshops, training, and group discussions.»