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Altair in the News
As templates and apps broaden simulation’s reach, experts get a new role.
The acquisition, according to Altair, is designed to expand electronic system design technology.
With acquisition, Altair plans to expands design technology for additive manufacturing.
Altair Simulation serves manufacturing and AEC.
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.
Latest software updates enhance Altair's connectivity; architecture, engineering and construction; and electronics capabilities.
Up and down the automotive supply chain, engineering organizations are turning to AM and DfAM principles to gain an edge on electrification and lightweighting design goals.
Altair Startup Challenge 2021 received 156 applications; eight finalists awarded mentorship and technology access.
Technology and experienced technical team will amplify Altair’s power electronics solutions, company reports.
Manufacturers are leveraging AI in design to get products to market faster.
A boon to engineering design, multiphysics simulation is a longstanding process that has improved with technology to provide valuable design results.
CaeTek will offer its customers in the Nordic and Baltic regions all of Altair’s simulation, data analytics, and HPC solutions.
Aim is to advance organizations' digital transformation.
Altair’s PBS Professional tool will orchestrate workloads for Argonne’s massive high-performance computing systems, Argonne reports.
Altair's program gives startups access to simulation, high-performance computing and artificial intelligence solutions, the company reports