Release: Cloud Components 2.4.0 is out

Release: Cloud Components 2.4.0 is out

(08.09.2018) This is what our CTO Fredrik Viken said on Slack about today’s Ceetron Cloud Components 2.4.0 release: “The biggest release of C3 ever … A full page of new features.”  Fredrik is not a man of big words, and when looking at the release notes I could not but concur: ConstantRemoteModel, a new model that supports streaming of pre-defined CAE models super fast and scalable; support for reading Ensight Case files and ParaView VTM files (including .pvd); visualizing geometrically expanded beams in RemoteModel; support for multi-core processing in CeeCloudServer on Windows; and more custom model navigation options.  Plus a lot more.

For more detail about the release, see updated release notes at https://ceetron.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/05/c3-release-notes-new-features.pdf.

If you want to get an eval license for Cloud Components or just want general information, I recommend that you take a look at https://ceetron.com/ceetron-cloud-components/.

Should you be in need of assistance during your evaluation of Cloud Components, Ceetron has a team of top qualified software engineers ready to assist.

Our aggressive road map for (and investments in) Cloud Components is of course a reflection of the uptake of the technology in the market place, the rapidly expanding customer base, and the mega trend towards cloudifying engineering applications, but with desktop-like performance.  It is also a reflection of our willingness to work closely with customers globally and to respond to customer requests.

Do not hesitate to contact me if you would like to discuss more in-depth how Cloud Components may allow you create CAE 3D visualization web apps with desktop-like performance.  And if you think that Ceetron only provides component technologies for major ISVs, you are mistaken: 1) Approximately 1/3 of our Cloud Components customers use it for developing in-house apps.  2) Ceetron is currently launching a new product line of end user products, which means that we understand CAE end user space as well as CAE ISV space.

Grim
grim.gjonnes@ceetron.com
Head of S&M

By | 2018-09-10T07:43:40+00:00 September 8th, 2018|3D visualization, Cloud|0 Comments

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I am General Manager of Crisp Ideas, an advisory firm serving technology companies in the areas of sales, business development, strategy and funding. I have previously held senior positions with a number of leading technology companies and premier consulting firms, including with McKinsey. I spent the early years of my professional career as research scientist in the area of artificial intelligence. Educationally, I hold a Dr. Ing. degree from NTNU, Trondheim, Norway, and a M.Sc. in Management degree from Sloan School, MIT, Boston, US.

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