Desktop Engineering magazine's editorial staff has chosen CoolitPCB v4.0
for the distinctive honor of DE's Pick of the Week. The award
recognizes CoolitPCB's powerful new capabilities that enable
designers to construct detailed and compact models of IC
packages. The resulting models significantly increase thermal
analysis accuracy and shorten the model development time.
"Users are excited about the time saved with CoolitPCB v.4,"
explains Peggy Chalmers, marketing manager at Daat Research Corp. "Board
designers can simply select the desired IC packages from the provided extensive
IC library and run the analysis. If desired, they can build their own models
using CoolitPCB IC Package constructors or convert detailed IC package models
to compact models."
The prestigious Desktop Engineering award further reinforces CPCB's
international reputation as the leading thermal analysis package for PCB
designers. Its unparalleled functionality costs a fraction of competitive
products, without sacrificing power, performance or accuracy. CPCB is based on
the same powerful computing engine as Daat's flagship product, Coolit.
Founded in 1992, Daat concentrates on the development of top-performing computational
fluid dynamics (CFD) products for MS Windows.
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 its
flagship product Coolit in 1996, the only Windows CFD software for thermal
design of electronics on the market.
Since then, Coolit and CoolitPCB have become leaders in
theor fields. Coolit family of
CFD 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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