PTC’s latest version of Windchill 11 knits IoT, ALM, and more into PLM
Major Windchill 11 release integrates PTC's technologies into a PLM for a broader range of customers.
Feeding the Matrix: Banjo puts the world’s photos to work
Companies are sucking up data and using it to find out everything they can about whatever it is they care about. So far, it's been a way one deal: data flows from us and into the monster maw of enterprise servers. Banjo has it both ways.
The Archipelago of Things
We tend to think of the Internet of Things as a vast network that is knitting itself together as devices ...
Lenovo opens its checkbook
The aggressive computer maker shelled out $5.2 billion for Motorola Mobility and IBM’s server business. By Kathleen Maher Lenovo has ...
PTC joins the ranks of companies enabling virtualization
The virtualization trend is exploding as standards are set in place. PTC certifies first virtualization platform with Citrix, IBM, and ...
Year in Review: The workstation separates from the PC pack in 2012
Similar technologies, but far different usage models mean workstations sales will continue to grow, unlike the larger PC market. [Editor’s ...
Customers were waiting for Teamcenter on the cloud
PLM Software? Check. Integration Partner? Check. Cloud Platform? Check. When PTC announced it would provide its Windchill enterprise PLM software ...
Big fortunes lie hidden in big files
An absolute explosion of data is occurring under our noses. Big business wizards are emerging to make sense of it ...
Ansys revenue sets second quarter record
Revenue of $162.3 million reflected growth in all product lines and services. High performance computing applications and services are in ...
2007: Is Second Life a new opportunity for engineering application vendors?
In 2007 IBM invested in Second Life, which at the time was the talk of technologists everywhere. Industry analyst Allan ...