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NX Design

Sketch | NX Tips and Tricks

Since the December 2022 release, we have looked through the newest capabilities that have been brought to you in the...

Electronic Systems Design

PCB design best practice: library and design data management

Another best practice of this pillar is library and design data management. And what I mean by that is how...

Valor DFM Solutions

The Mysterious Case of the Missing Bowties Part II

Previously… After receiving our boards and having them pass inspection I breathed a sigh of relief as this project was...

Xcelerator Academy

How to get employees to adopt new software purchase

Importance of User Adoption Getting team members on board with new software may not be easy. You must create an...

Design with Calibre

A software migration that improves productivity? The Calibre Interactive tool has a (new) GUI for that…

By Slava Zhuchenya Software migration can be a dreaded endeavor, especially for electronic design automation (EDA) tools that design companies...

Siemens Software Podcast Network

Teamcenter X and AWS provide a cloud-secure comprehensive infrastructure

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is architected to be the most flexible and secure cloud computing environment available today. The core...

Capital

Embedded software development tools accelerate virtual verification and deployment of ECU software

WATCH OUR WEBINAR: Accelerating embedded software development in the automotive industry Since its inception over 20 years ago, AUTOSAR has...

NX Manufacturing

W.A. Pfeiffer grows the business with digital manufacturing [VIDEO]

Discover how W.A. Pfeiffer, a precision component manufacturer leverages digital manufacturing capabilities such as NX CAM, Teamcenter, Opcenter APS, and Mcenter to achieve higher automation, seamless end-to-end connectivity, and shorter lead times.

Verification Horizons

The UVM Factory Revealed, Part 2

Introduction This is a follow up to last week’s high-level post on the UVM Factory. Now let’s get technical! Here...