CONTROL ENGINEERING has selected Coolit, from among the
thousands of products its editors reviewed last year, to become one of 40
recipients of the magazine’s prestigious Editors’ Choice Award. The award,
given March 4, 200l on the eve of National Manufacturing Week, acknowledged
Coolit as one of the most significant innovations featured in Control
Engineering during the preceding year. The award recognizes Coolit's pioneering
contributions to innovative user interface design and robust algorithms, which
make state-of-the-art CFD technology accessible to ordinary design engineers
and to occasional users. The editors made the selection based on three
criteria: technological advancement, market impact and service across more than
60 industries. Control Engineering, a Cahners Business Information publication,
is recognized as the authoritative voice of the electronic instruments and
According to Intel CTO Pat Gelsinger's keynote address at
the International Solid-State Circuits Conference in San Francisco, the high
technology industry is headed for a meltdown, with heat management becoming
one of the most critical issues in computer and semiconductor design. The
Editor's Choice award is a fitting tribute to the success of Daat engineers
and programmers in developing this easy to use and yet very powerful tool to
help engineers facing the challenge of miniaturization and ever increasing
power dissipation of electronics. This is the second award that Coolit has
received that further reinforces its position as the technology leader for
the CFD thermal design industry.
Arik Dvinsky, president and CTO of Daat, noted, “We are honored to receive
Control Engineering's prestigious Editor's Choice Award. We are also very
pleased with our top ratings for best of breed performance and excellent
reviews for the ease of use of our user interface.”
Founded in 1992, Daat concentrates on the development of
top-performing computational fluid dynamics (CFD) products. It was the only CFD company nominated for
the prestigious NASA Tibbetts award in 1999 for its accomplishments in bringing
powerful CFD technology to every desktop.
Daat launched Coolit in 1996, the only Windows CFD software for thermal
design of electronics on the market.
Since then, Coolit has become the leader in the field and is the only
vendor offering software for all Windows platforms including: 95, 98, NT, and
2000. Coolit software has remarkable
user-friendliness, a full range of Windows capabilities, and exceptionally fast
solution times that are particularly valuable for “what if” analyses.
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