On-demand and other new license options, new live links lead latest features and enhancements in Altium Designer
Altium and its UK and Ireland reseller Premier EDA Solutions are creating an innovation showcase with customers at National Electronics Week (NEW), being held June 16-18, 2009 at Earl’s Court, London.
Altium is providing software worth nearly US$100,000 to the Rutgers University robotics club, which will use Altium’s next generation electronics design solution to design and manufacture a complete unmanned aerial system (UAS).
Altium has appointed a new reseller in Canada. Neutronics Components will sell Altium's unified electronics design solution, Altium Designer, as well as its reconfigurable Desktop NanoBoard.
Altium has appointed Tact Software Solutions as its new reseller in Israel. Tact will resell Altium Designer, Altium's next generation electronics design solution, and its TASKING embedded software development tool.
Altium is saying to OrCAD® Capture users and those using antiquated point-tool solutions, that they no longer have to feel trapped in the old "divide & conquer" design paradigm or be limited by their tool's scope. They can now secure their future with a low risk path into Altium's unified design solution, and start designing next generation electronic products using a holistic approach to the development task.
Altium believes that the protection of intellectual property (IP) should no longer be seen as a primary issue in China. Chinese businesses, supported by the government, are seeking out and are willing to pay for the best in the market to create economic leadership for the long-term.
Altium will be providing its next generation electronics design solution to the Centro Universitário Salesiano (UNISAL) in Brazil, in an agreement signed with UNISAL's São Jose Campus in Campina.
Builds on Altium Designer reseller status in Benelux
Altium has announced a new release of its TASKING TriCore VX-toolset. Enhanced with next generation Viper compiler technology, version 3.2 offers new features linked to Infineon's 32-bit TriCore microcontrollers, including support of the latest variants TC1167 and TC1197 for the industrial market, and the TC1767 and TC1797 for the automotive market.