Suppose a computer company wanted to convince you that its wafer-thin tablet could replace your laptop. As an engineer or designer, you probably want to see the device run some full-blown 3D CAD software. Right?
An efficient, effective and trustworthy collaboration environment while maintaining the intellectual property is vital for today’s global business. In a collaborative design process, the multi-disciplinary stakeholders participate in the design decision-making and share product information across the enterprise boundaries. Thus, Intellectual Property protection is critical to a company when sharing data with its suppliers or customers.
We think it’s very important to regularly post stories about PTC customers. We do it for two reasons: First off, those kinds of stories are very popular and we like the give the readers what they want.
Companies need to do their best to break down the silos between product development and operations because a more holistic approach help a company do a better job of tackling change and creating highly manufacturable products, according to a new report from Aberdeen Research.
While you sit in front of your computer with a 10 Megabit per second (Mbps) connection, waiting to buffer that “must see” YouTube video, consider this: In South Korea, they’re already delivering speeds of 1 gigabit per second (Gbps). That’s about 100 times faster than your connection. And now they’re working to reach 10 gigabits.
If you’ve been reading my posts recently, you can probably tell I’m a little passionate about the recent changes happening with how organizations can work with multi-CAD data. Back at the beginning of June, I wrote about The Plummeting Costs of Switching CAD. In February, I focused on Putting a Finer Point on Multi-CAD, explaining some of the subtle differences in a number of multi-CAD topics.
Since 1985, PTC has been 100% committed to supporting the needs of leading manufacturing companies worldwide. As one of the world’s largest and fastest-growing technology companies, PTC delivers technology solutions that transform the way companies create and service their products.
Diabetes isn’t a simple disease. Blood sugar readings vary throughout the day, sometimes in response to diet and, sometimes, for seemingly no reason at all. To complicate matters, patients often have comorbidities too, like high blood pressure.
To manage their health, diabetics test their glucose levels, drawing blood from a finger onto a test strip, inserting the strip into a glucose monitor, and using the results to determine how much insulin to inject.
July was another big month on this blog. Some of the major stories from June continued to be popular, while newly posted July items created waves of their own. Here’s the rundown of the top five most-read blogs for the month of July 2014:
Apple products are renowned for their clean lines. MacBooks, iPads, and iPhones all embrace a “less is more” philosophy in which the design “defers” to the screen. At Apple, good design “is as little design as possible.”