Release: Ceetron partners with Altair to provide H3D support in Ceetron’s SDK and end user offerings

Release: Ceetron partners with Altair to provide H3D support in Ceetron’s SDK and end user offerings

Altair(06.10.2018) We in Ceetron are proud to announce that we have partnered with Altair to provide H3D support in Ceetron’s SDK and end user offerings.  H3D is Altair’s compact file format for visualizing and sharing CAE results within a 3D web environment.  The H3D reader is available in our SDK offerings (3D Components and Cloud Components) at the time of this announcement; it will be made available in relevant end user offerings (Analyzer Desktop and Analyzer Cloud)  in synch with these products’ release cycles.

The H3D offerings will be packages as a separate product, outside Ceetron Import.  Pricing is available on request.

If you are concerned about this as 1.0 product, good news is that it has been developed in close cooperation with a leading niche CAE ISV with major manufacturing customers worldwide on its customer list.  Same customer is already on the market with the reader integrated in its core solver offering.

Ceetron has conducted this work within the context of a recently formalized partnership with Altair, as member of their ISV Integration Partner program.  Current and prospective Altair customers should welcome our investments in this partnership, as it is evidence of Ceetron’s continuous effort to strengthen its support for key components of Altair’s product portfolio.

Do not hesitate to contact me at grim.gjonnes@ceetron.com if you would like to evaluate the H3D reader free of charge for a time-limited period and with full support.

Grim

By | 2018-10-17T15:01:54+00:00 October 6th, 2018|3D visualization, Software development|0 Comments

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