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Altair expands Altair Partner Alliance

Altair Engineering has announced the addition of twelve new partner products to the Altair Partner Alliance (APA) software offering in 2017 with more to come in 2018. The APA expanded their offering in several domains including human modelling, additive manufacturing, electromagnetics, multi-physics, CFD and more. As of the end of 2017, the APA had a total of 52 partners providing 72 engineering software solutions.

‘The APA allows our customers to develop better products faster and at lower costs,’ said Jeffrey Brennan, CMO at Altair. ‘Our goal is to offer the broadest platform possible by partnering with companies that have complementary technologies to the HyperWorks suite. We have some very exciting partnerships in the pipeline for 2018 and are looking forward to announcing these to our customers.’

The APA provides HyperWorks users access to a broad spectrum of complementary software products using their existing HyperWorks Units at no additional cost. Partner applications can be downloaded and used on-demand as with HyperWorks products. This constantly growing portfolio extends users’ analysis capabilities to help them create better products faster.

New products now available:

Coming soon to the APA:

  • RAMDO by RAMDO Solutions (Reliability Analysis & Multidisciplinary Design Optimization)
  • ultraFluidX by FluiDyna (CFD for External Aerodynamics)
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