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Daat Research Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Posted Thu June 14, 2007 @09:45AM
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News Daat Research Corp, Hanover, NH, is celebrating 15 years since its founding in 1992. What began as an R&D company providing CFD software development services for industry and the government has transformed into a leader in CFD thermal design software for electronics.

"When we began, most engineers were intimidated by CFD's complex mathematics," notes Daat's Marketing Manager, Peggy Chalmers. "As a result, they missed out on CFD's ability to slash development times and costs."


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Daat scored a break-though by implementing the first Microsoft Windows-based intelligent user interface into its flagship software, Coolit. Suddenly, CFD became easy-to-use for non-experts, and running on inexpensive PCs. Coolit quickly became the standard for industries from Aerospace and Autos to Communications and Entertainment Electronics.

Daat's latest product, CoolitPCB uses the same approach, making CFD readily accessible to PCB designers. Using CoolitPCB, electronic engineers can accurately predict the thermal behavior of their designs and pinpoint optimum component placement. In addition to its products offerings, Daat delivers a range of thermal and fluid flow consulting services. For further information, visit www.daat.com or contact Daat Research at: info@daat.com

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