Altair has acquired Solid Iris Technologies, a Greece-based technology company specialising in photorealistic rendering and visualisation, with its high-end solution 'Thea Render'. The companies have built a relationship over the past several years, with Altair using Solid Iris’ Thea Render superior technology to provide rendering functionality in its solidThinking Evolve concept design software.
Bruker has announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire the preclinical imaging business of Oncovision, a provider of innovative medical imaging devices used for the diagnosis of cancer.
One Stop Systems (OSS), a provider of high-performance computing appliances for HPC applications, today announced that its High Density Compute Accelerator (HDCA) and its Express Box 3600 (EB3600) are now available for purchase with the NVIDIA Tesla P100 for PCIe GPU.
Certara, a provider of decision support technology and consulting services to optimise drug development and improve health outcomes, has announced that it has acquired d3 Medicine. d3 Medicine, which is based in Parsippany, NJ, and Melbourne, Australia, provides strategic planning and stewardship of complex drug development programs.
Adaptive Computing, a provider of workload and resource orchestration software, has announced it has been acquired by ALA Services, the investment entity of Arthur L Allen, founder, former President and CEO of ASG Software Solutions.
Pointwise has announced a major new release of its computational fluid dynamics (CFD) mesh generation software featuring unstructured quadrilateral surface meshing, unstructured hexahedral layer extrusion, and tetrahedral mesh clustering using sources.
SGI a provider of high-performance solutions for compute, data analytics and data management, announced a significant investment in extreme scale software research at the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC). The investment highlights the commitment of SGI to the European software research community. These resources, including SGI application software and supercomputing hardware expertise, will assist scientists as they explore issues related to climate change, weather forecasting, and environmental research among many other topics.
Altair’s flagship software suite HyperWorks has released a number of new features that improve workflows and provide a complete framework of model building and stress analysis solutions for Aerospace.
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