Trademarks

ANSYS trademarks its product names. Authors and any other third parties who refer to an ANSYS product must use the register mark or trademark with the first usage. It is not necessary to use it in subsequent references.

Please review the ANSYS Trademark Usage Guidelines. These guidelines explain how to correctly reference our company and products, they also explain the proper use of our valuable trademarks and service marks (collectively, “trademarks”). Given the nature of our business, intellectual property (trademarks, etc.) is our most important asset and we aggressively protect it. These Trademark Usage Guidelines apply to ANSYS staff as well as to third parties including, without limitation, our customers, writers and publishers.

The ANSYS Trademarks List posts ANSYS and its subsidiaries’ registered and unregistered trademarks in the U.S. and other countries. For guidance on how to properly use ANSYS trademarks, see the ANSYS Trademark Usage Guidelines.

Referential Use Only

Third parties may use ANSYS trademarks (word marks only, not logos) solely to reference ANSYS products and technologies. Referential use is prohibited if such use would defame or disparage ANSYS, its products or services, or any other person or entity.

Suspected Infringement

If you suspect that the ANSYS trademarks or trade dress are being infringed, contact the ANSYS Legal Department. Include the word “Infringement” in the subject line.