Altair has announced a definitive merger agreement under which Altair has agreed to acquire Datawatch. Altair will pay $13.10 per share in cash, representing a fully diluted equity value of approximately $176 million. The transaction was unanimously approved by the Boards of Directors of both companies.
Altair has announced its financial results for the third quarter ended September 30, 2018
Altair has announced that it has acquired Simsolid
Altair and Ziegler Instruments (ZINS) have announced the creation of a unique solution for the evaluation and eradication of squeak and rattle (S&R) phenomena in vehicles
Altair has announced the final agenda, including additional speakers, for its 2018 Global Altair Technology Conference, taking place at the Palais des Congrès d’Issy in Paris, France from October 16 –18.
Altair has announced the release and immediate availability of free Basic Editions of its Model-Based Development suite and its open matrix language (OML) source code
Altair has announced the release and immediate availability of the Altair Inspire simulation-driven design platform, and the Altair 365 cloud collaboration platform. The Altair Inspire platform enables manufacturers to leverage simulation to drive the entire design process, accelerating the pace of innovation and reducing time-to-market. This new platform brings together simulation solutions for generative design, engineering analy
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Altair ultraFluidX™ is a simulation tool for ultra-fast prediction of the aerodynamic properties of passenger and heavy-duty vehicles as well as for the evaluation of building and environmental aerodynamics. In this paper, the results of wind tunnel tests are compared with the numerical results of this GPU-based CFD solver.
Altair announced the introduction of a new software licensing model for its solidThinking suite of simulation-driven design software
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