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PostSubject: CAD Trends   Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:08 am

The latest CAD and visualization technologies hold the promise of transforming product development. The CAD industry has been undergoing a remarkable renaissance over the last five years as a result of several factors. Among those factors are hardware advances that put 64-bit, multi-core computers into the mainstream. In addition, there is broadening acceptance of 3D techniques. And finally, the marriage of CAD visualization with information management helps redefine the CAD industry and extend its relevance throughout the enterprise. In an industry known for a conservative rate of change, there is a significant shift taking place as smaller businesses are investing in new technologies to improve their processes and efficiency.

CAD Visualization solutions are designed to meet all of an organization's visualization requirements. They can serve as the window for visualization across all enterprise applications and can even meet the basic viewing needs of individual desktops. By enabling users to view, print, and collaborate on any digital information asset from any system, users can achieve true enterprise visualization and ensure the success of their projects. CAD enterprise visualization helps bring products to market faster enables better business decision-making, and increases revenue and profitability. Having infiltrated nearly all segments of creative culture, it is clear that high-end computer graphics and animation are more than just a passing fad. In the architecture industry they have become vital to not just the design process, but business development as well. There is no denying the impact of a visually striking, high quality computer animation or rendering.
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