Teradici offers free 30-day trial of Workstation Access Software

Published 12 February 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: workstation, teradici, remote cad, teradici pcoip

Teradidi is looking to provide an easy way to access your desktop workstation remotely, so you can run CAD software such as PTC Creo from anywhere

Teradici is offering a free 30-day free trial of its PCoIP Workstation Access Software that can be installed on any Windows workstation with Quadro K2000 graphics and higher.

The software allows users to connect remotely to their 3D CAD applications over LAN or the Internet - providing there is a low latency, high bandwidth connection.

Unlike mainstream remote technologies, Teradici’s PCoIP Workstation Access Software is designed specifically for 3D applications. Teradici says the software delivers outstanding image quality and high performance 3D. Dynamic quality adjustment and monitoring helps to maximize frame rate.

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BOXX to sell Teradici’s PCoIP Workstation Access Software

Published 12 February 2015

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: workstations, boxx, remote cad, teradici pcoip

3D CAD users will be able to access BOXX APEXX workstations remotely from anywhere with a decent Internet connection

BOXX has become the second workstation manufacturer to sell Teradici’s PCoIP Workstation Access Software.

The Austin based firm joins Dell who has been promoting the remote workstation technology alongside its Precision Tower workstations since late 2014.

Teradici’s Workstation Access Software is a purpose built tool that uses the established PCoIP protocol to add a remote access capability to 3D CAD desktop workstations, on demand.

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SolidWorks World 2015 - Live Blog Day 3

Published 11 February 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, solidworks, design, dassault systemes, industrial design, dassault systèmes, solidworks world

It’s day three and we’re back in the big room ready to get underway - stick with us throughout the day for the best collation of what’s happening here, wherever you are in the world.

As with the previous two days we’re being brought to you by Lenovo and Nvidia, our fine sponsors.

The lights are dimming and we’re underway - remember to check back throughout the day and follow the event below the line.


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SolidWorks World 2015 - Live Blog Day 2

Published 10 February 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, solidworks, design, dassault systemes, industrial design, dassault systèmes, solidworks world

Hello there! Day two at SolidWorks World is underway, following yesterday’s full launch of SolidWorks Industrial Design - expect more announcements, more product updates, and more… just MORE on top of what happened yesterday.

We’re back live in the keynote session - brought to you by the nice folks at Lenovo and Nvidia - so stick the kettle on and get ready to keep pounding the refresh key as we collate all the live goings on, social media, images and video all here in one bursting at the seams blog.

Today we’ll also be interviewing some very special people from SolidWorks, so stick around for that - as everything starts below the line.


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SolidWorks World 2015 - Live Blog Day 1

Published 09 February 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: cad, solidworks, design, dassault systemes, industrial design, dassault systèmes, solidworks world

Good morning from Phoenix where SolidWorks World 2015 is about to get underway.

We’re happy to be bringing you all the event’s goings on, announcements and some in-depth looks of what is only available for the eyes of the press folks - and we’re doing this with support from the lovely people at Lenovo and Nvidia - aren’t they dolls?!

Everything is underway - just click to read below the line.


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3DConnexion swaps hands with its new CADMouse

Published 06 February 2015

Posted by Al Dean

Article tagged with: engineering, design, hardware, industrial design, 3dconnexion, spacemouse

3Dconnexion has something new up its sleeve for those that are rocking the 3D CAD on a daily basis..

Those of us long enough in the tooth will remember the days of the three button mouse - and without a scroll wheel. Whether you were running Pro/Engineer (hitting the middle mouse button for days on end will bring back memories for some), CADDS or Alias - whether you were running the software on an UltraSparc or an SGI Octane, the three button mouse ruled them all.

My own personal fondness was the slightly cranky Sun Microsystems infrared mouse which had to have its own special mouse mat and I think I’ve still got a serial SGI, metallic grey mouse that ruled them all.

Somewhere along the line, the rise of the PC, the scroll wheel became ubiquitous. Easier scrolling of pages or spreadsheets in Excel, easier zooming in and out of a document or a CAD model.

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Ansys acquires Newmerical Technologies assets for aerospace simulation

Published 06 February 2015

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: simulation, cfd, ansys, cae, aerospace, newmerical technologies, ice

NTI produce specialist simulation products for the aerospace industry, including in-flight icing

Ansys has acquired the assets of Newmerical Technologies International (NTI), a premier developer of in-flight icing simulation software and associated design, testing and certification services.

Montreal-based NTI develops and markets advanced computational fluid dynamics (CFD) software and offers flow simulation services in the aerospace, architectural, automotive and marine industries.

Its suite of specialised software can solve problems in aerodynamics, in-flight icing, heat transfer, fluid-structure interaction and wind engineering.

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