ltium continues its investment in the future generation of electronic designers and engineers, with new donations of software to the University of Toronto Institute for Aerospace Studies, Space Flight Laboratory (UTIAS/SFL) in support of its CanX satellite missions.
Altium’s seminar series in the United States and Canada will unveil the powerful new features of Altium Designer and how they combine with Altium’s Desktop Nanoboard reprogrammable development platform.
Altium confirms its final results for the financial year ending 30 June, 2007. Altium proposes a return to shareholders of 6 cents per share.
Altium advises the market of its preliminary sales and revenue results for the financial year ending June 30, 2007.
Altium today announced it has joined the Business Software Alliance (BSA) as an Asian regional member. Membership of BSA gives Altium the opportunity to actively work with the highly respected body to assist in the reduction of software piracy and the education of the public about sound software management practices.
Altium advises the market of its sales and revenue results for the quarter ending March 31, 2007.
The addition of new Korean language support extends Altium Designers capabilities beyond its existing support for French, German, Japanese, Simplified and Traditional Chinese. As opposed to being a separate version of the software, Altium Designer’s language support is built into the system, making electronics development easier for both native-speaking engineers and large multinational organizations working across geographically-dispersed regions.
Altium today announced that it has added support for the direct import of FPGA cores generated by third-party applications to its Altium Designer unified electronic product development system.
Altium Designer adds support for the newly-introduced Cyclone III FPGA device family from Altera. Cyclone III support is available immediately and free for all Altium Designer 6 users with the Altium Designer 6.7 software update.
Altium Designer adds a raft of new productivity-enhancing features assist engineers with handling high-speed design issues resulting from the fast changing nature of today’s mainstream board-level design and its convergence with the wider electronics development process.