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scSTREAM Used in Development of Optical Drives
Posted Thu April 28, 2016 @09:06AM
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Application When developing and designing optical disc drives, Panasonic needed a highly accurate analysis tool with easy operability to enable them to make quick decisions about thermal design.

Panasonic used Cradle's scSTREAM in the development of an industry-first ultra slim optical disc drive for laptop computers.


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Successful development required keeping the designated size of a high-power laser diode while simultaneously maintaining its heat dissipation capability with three different wavelengths.

Learn more about Panasonic’s experience with Cradle’s CFD software in this interview with Mr. Hideki Nakata, from the Blu-ray disc drive development task force at the Panasonic Corporation R&D Center Headquarters.

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