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Content tagged with Design Hardware & Software posted in July 2011
IBM Aims Cloud at Design Engineering
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7/28/2011  5 comments
To accommodate the growing complexity of its POWER7 chip R&D project and to reduce costs, IBM created an HPC cloud offering tuned for engineering. Now the offering is available as a commercial product.
Putting a New Face on CAD Interoperability
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7/10/2011  18 comments
While working with multiple CAD systems still has its share of interoperability challenges, vendors have made strides leveraging new technologies and creating new workflows to facilitate cross-platform design.
Dassault Makes Major Play in the Cloud
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7/8/2011  4 comments
Three years after laying the foundation with its V6 release, Dassault Systèmes introduced a multi-pronged cloud strategy for its entire suite of 3D design and PLM products.
P&G Offers Free Simulation Software to SMB Manufacturers
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7/6/2011  5 comments
As part of the broad Advanced Manufacturing Partnership announced by President Obama, P&G has promised to deliver free digital simulation software to small and midsized manufacturers to help foster innovation and spur product development efficiencies.
DFMA Practices Can Play a Role in Manufacturing Reshoring
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7/5/2011  15 comments
Experts make the case for applying DFMA and lean practices early on in product design as another way to close the cost gap and bring manufacturing jobs back to US soil.




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