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Published By: HP     Published Date: Aug 26, 2014
Get safe, secure always-on access to email, calendar, and contacts almost anywhere, from almost any device. HP Flex-Bundles for Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013 are Microsoft Exchange ready, affordable business email packages that combine the world’s most intelligent servers—HP ProLiant Gen8 servers—with high-performance Intel® processors, HP software, and Microsoft Windows® operating system software to get you started—and keep you moving—on your IT infrastructure journey. HP ServeIT Flex-Bundles, built upon the HP ProLiant ML350p Gen8 server and Microsoft® Exchange Server 2013, provide pre-defined configurations that can improve your productivity by enhancing accessibility to email, calendars, and contacts while simplifying IT management. Learn more.
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productivity, secure, safe, servers, processor, email, calendar, solution, improve, exchange, accessibility, management, system, contacts, device, performance, infrastructure
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 10, 2014
Continuous engineering is explained in easy to understand terms in this Dummies book, appropriate for all levels of product and systems development stakeholders.
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ibm, continuous engineering, product designs, engineering resources, corralling complexity, analyzing continuously, traditional processes, market analytics, modeling, simulating, systems engineering, collaboration
    
IBM
Published By: Applico, Inc.     Published Date: Sep 20, 2013
The recent iOS7 release marks the single biggest change to the iOS ecosystem since the original iPhone was released. Download this whitepaper to find out the most important things you need to know about the upgrade and how your mobile apps will be impacted.
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mobile strategy, mobile design, mobile product development, mobile engineering, ios7 upgrades, mobile marketing, mobile innovation, mobile-connected solutions, mobile consulting, ios7 strategy, ios7 consulting, ios7 strategy, ios7 consulting, ios7 marketing, ios7 design, ios7 engineering, ios7 development, ios mobile strategy, mobile app development, mobile app strategy
    
Applico, Inc.
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
CPDA’s Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) research programs target the critical decisions in Product Lifecycle Management challenging Design, Engineering, Manufacturing, and Information Technology managers and executives. CPDA’s PLM collaborative research programs provide indepth analysis of strategies, products, issues, processes, technologies, trends, case studies, and surveys for assessing technology, business goals and objectives, and implementation road maps.
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ibm, telelogic, addressing future automotive needs, model-driven systems, product value management, plm, computer-aided design, cad, design/simulation council, product value management, software level modeling, model-driven systems, automotive trends, sysml, csrs, mechatronics
    
IBM
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 17, 2009
For most high tech companies, the Bill of Materials (BOM) is the central hub of product definition activities. It conveys the information needed by various departments to get the product to market.During this one-hour web cast, the AberdeenGroup will discuss how Best-in-Class companies are not only addressing these challenges but are excelling in their product development processes. In addition, PTC and IBM Rational will show how high tech manufacturers' can synchronize system requirements, multiple design disciplines and internal systems to provide a single definition of a product - 'a single source of truth' - throughout the product development process.
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global bom development, bill of materials, ibm, telelogic, best in class, business continuity, ptc, ibm rational, aberdeen group
    
IBM
Published By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 24, 2009
Electronics and Software Engineering are quickly merging with traditional Mechanical Engineering to create a new paradigm in auto manufacturing: Mechatronics. Industry experts predict that this shift will bring about profound advances in automotive product development. Unfortunately, existing IT and process infrastructures do not provide sufficient capabilities to support the new paradigm: multiple data silos, a lack of standardized processes, and integration issues on a tool level (Mechanical, Electronic, Software) continue to pose serious obstacles to development efficiency, and remain a frequent source of delays, quality issues and cost increases.
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ibm, ibm telelogic, automotive system design, mechanical engineering, mechatronics, oems, electronic stability programs, esp, electric overlay steering, ancillary systems, active lighting, pdm, product data management, pcb-layout domains, ptc, automotive product development system, sourcing, engineering, engineering change orders, ecos
    
IBM
Published By: ITI     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
The ABAQUS/Explicit simulation to predict tracking consists of several steps. First, find the belt shape, as it is stretched around the rollers. Second, apply tensioning device forces and roller misalignments. Finally, initiate belt rotation, transient and steady state.
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abaqus, explicit, predict tracking, product development, product testing, cad, computer aided design, cad, computer-aided design, cae, computer aided engineering, computer-aided engineering, product development lifecycle, iti
    
ITI
Published By: ITI     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
The dynamic interaction between these parts is simulated using ABAQUS/Explicit. With the model, it is possible to predict the kinematics of the impact mechanism, including torque spike characteristics and driving speed. Key characteristics of the model have been validated by tests.
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abaqus, explicit, impact driver, product development, product testing, cad, computer aided design, cad, computer-aided design, cae, computer aided engineering, computer-aided engineering, product development lifecycle, iti
    
ITI
Published By: ITI     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This "paradigm shift" includes a move from a predominance of physical testing for product prototype validation to simulation-led problem solving and performance validation, using Computer Aided Engineering, and Design (CAE and CAD) tools.
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product development, product testing, cad, computer aided design, cad, computer-aided design, cae, computer aided engineering, computer-aided engineering, product development lifecycle, iti
    
ITI
Published By: ITI     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Today 3D CAD models are driving the world's product development processes. Finite Element Analysis, Rapid Prototyping, NC programming, Data Exchange, and other downstream applications rely to a growing extent on the direct use of CAD models to streamline processes saving time and money.
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supply chain, scm, supply chain management, computer aided design, cad models, cad model, product development, product testing, cad, computer aided design, cad, computer-aided design, cae, computer aided engineering, computer-aided engineering, product development lifecycle, iti
    
ITI
Published By: RuleStream     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
Capturing product knowledge has proven to be very difficult and early attempts at building systems to capture and reuse knowledge have failed because they were too limited technically, required users to be able to develop computer codes (or programs) to embody knowledge rules and actions, and they did not work with common product design tools such as CAD and PDM systems.
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product design, product development, product information, pim, product information management, product lifecycle management, computer aided design, computer-aided design, rulestream
    
RuleStream
Published By: RuleStream     Published Date: Aug 21, 2009
This white paper from Managing Automation Research Services addresses how these ideas can be applied by engineer-to-order manufacturers.
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product design, product development, made to order, make to order, made-to-order, make-to-order, engineer to order, engineer-to-order, engineering, mars, manufacturing, supply chain, rulestream
    
RuleStream
Published By: Infor     Published Date: Feb 27, 2007
In order to align their production plans with customer's demand, metal fabricators must integrate seamlessly into the customer's own processes. As a result, integrated systems are essential, bringing design, product lifecycle management and service together in ways that predict, act and rapidly change in accordance with the customer's needs.
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productivity, customer experience management, supply chain management, scm, business process management, bpm, manufacturing, metal, infor
    
Infor
Published By: AT&T     Published Date: Jun 30, 2008
A leader in its industry, adidas America recognized that it could increase its sales potential by automating many components of the sales process. Tim Oligmueller, sales force automation manager for adidas America, wanted to reduce the number of calls from sales representatives in the field to check on product availability, enabling them to capture "at-once" business and show customers that the company is on the cutting edge not only in footwear and apparel design, but also in customer service.
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sales force automation, salesforce automation, salesforce, blackberry, sales automation, business analytics, inventory, inventory management, wireless, mobile workforce, mobile sales force, outside sales, at&t, att, at&t wireless
    
AT&T
Published By: Cyon Research     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
Can the JT data format solve the problem of interdisciplinary communications in the PLM industry? The white paper, "The Business Case for a Common Data Distribution Platform: A Look at UGS' JT," examines the case for its adoption as a standard for design, analysis and manufacturing in PLM and beyond.
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plm, product lifecycle management, product design, scm, design, cyon, cyon research, cyon research, ugs teamcenter
    
Cyon Research
Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
3D printing enables designers to experiment with new ideas and numerous design iterations, while minimizing cost and time in the development process. Additionally, the models created from 3D printers allow designers to better collaborate in the design process by improving communication.
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3d printing, product design, plm, product lifecycle, dimension, product planning
    
Dimension
Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
3D printing eliminates the need for third-party vendors, saving money and adding time to explore multiple design iterations. Read more about the benefits of 3D printing for your design process in this white paper.
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product design, dimension, productivity, spend management, product lifecycle management, scm, supply chain, design, 3-d
    
Dimension
Published By: Dimension     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
Companies who use 3D printing in the design process have a distinct competitive advantage due to its speed and ability to facilitate design communication and concurrent engineering throughout an organization.
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product design, dimension, productivity, spend management, product lifecycle management, scm, supply chain, design, 3-d, speed to market, speed-to-market
    
Dimension
Published By: Dynapar Corp.     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
As if the selection of manufacturer weren't enough, many encoders offered in today's marketplace are highly configurable. Resolution, shaft size, seal options and connector variations all confront the design engineer with serious choices. Output type is equally important. In this paper, we'll cover some of the more typical applications and common output types.
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dynapar, encoder, sensor, motion feedback, product design, engineer, engineering, encoder output, electronics, manufacturing
    
Dynapar Corp.
Published By: Dynapar Corp.     Published Date: Jun 22, 2008
In most drilling applications encoders are used to provide position and speed feedback for proper control of equipment like top drives and pipe racking systems. However, these electronic devices require special attention when used in hazardous environments such as a drilling platform. In this paper, we discuss ways to make encoders suitable for hazardous duty.
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dynapar, encoder, sensor, motion feedback, product design, engineer, engineering, encoder output, electronics, manufacturing
    
Dynapar Corp.
Published By: Laser Design Inc.     Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
A manufacturer of glass tableware noticed a decline in the quality of a glass mug it produced because of wear in its cavity mold. This case study illustrates the investigation process that determined where the errors were occurring so corrections could be made.
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production, quality, quality assurance, quality control, manufacturing, laser, lasers, laser design, ldi
    
Laser Design Inc.
Published By: RedEye On Demand     Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
Rapid manufacturing's benefits extend far beyond the upfront savings on tooling. Discover how it will improve your operations, sales and profits and why it is heralded as the next industrial revolution. In the first of a series, you will discover the benefits of the freedom to redesign your products at any stage in the life cycle.
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plm, product design, product lifecycle management, design, redeye
    
RedEye On Demand
Published By: RedEye On Demand     Published Date: Jun 23, 2008
Adhering to the constraints and limiting design freedoms are necessary for conventional manufacturing processes. Rapid manufacturing eliminates all of the design constraints imposed by conventional manufacturing methods. It offers designers and engineers an unprecedented freedom to design a product and its components exclusively for the desired form, fit and function.
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scm, design, product design, plm, product lifecycle management, redeye
    
RedEye On Demand
Published By: Orchid Technologies Engineering & Consulting     Published Date: Sep 03, 2008
Shrinking product development cycles coupled with demanding product requirements and increasingly complex design implementations can overwhelm a design team. The technical risk of employing new, complex, high-speed processor technology can often deter a design group from incorporating new technology in their product designs.
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scm, supply chain, oem, manufacturing, manufacture, manufacturer, product development, chip, chips, electronics, orchid
    
Orchid Technologies Engineering & Consulting
Published By: Orchid Technologies Engineering & Consulting     Published Date: Oct 07, 2008
As electronic product designs age, component parts become increasingly difficult to obtain.  Component buyers may experience difficulty in obtaining key parts within the design.  Component part prices may increase.  A point comes when component parts begin going end-of-life at an alarming rate.  Quick fixes are no longer sufficient.  Sometimes an OEM will procure a 'life-time' supply of problem parts – but this supply can be quickly wiped out should unforeseen demand develop.  Lack of component parts puts an end to production.There is an alternative.  Profitable, old products can be redesigned.  Either preserving the original form fit and function, or adding new features. Product redesign is a cost effective means by which to extend the life of a marketable product.
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orchid technologies, texas instruments, original equipment manufacturers, (oem’s), storage
    
Orchid Technologies Engineering & Consulting
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