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Design Tech Systems to Distribute AxSTREAM in India
Posted Mon February 25, 2008 @09:38AM
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News SoftInWay, an innovator in advanced turbo-machinery design software, today announced that it has increased its sales and service network in India by adding Design Tech Systems to its team of international distributors for distribution of its AxSTREAM™ Suite of Multidisciplinary Design Optimization software for axial and centrifugal compressors, turbines and other types of turbomachinery.

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“With the growing expansion of gas pipelines in India such as the recently approved Uran-Tombay pipeline, there will be a greater demand for higher efficiencies in axial compressors,” says Mr. Vikas Khanvelkar, Managing Director of Design Tech Systems.

“AxSTREAM is the right design tool at the right time for Indian turbomachinery manufacturers to be able to meet these efficiency demands.”

“Design Tech System’s philosophy of partnering technology to customer needs and strong background in selling and utilizing mechanical design services software is exactly the combination to take AxSTREAM to the Indian turbomachinery industry,” stated Dr. Leonid Moroz, President of SoftinWay Inc. “Their ability to provide the highest levels of service and customer training from multiple offices throughout India will be a big plus for our AxSTREAM customers.”

Mr. Sanjay Daga (Vice President Operations) of Design Tech Systems said “we will also be working closely with the engineering colleges and universities in India for the distribution of the axial and radial educational versions of AxSTREAM to engineering colleges and universities in India. These educational versions are valuable tools in any compressor or turbine design curriculum and allow students to learn using “real world” design platforms.”

About SoftInWay
A USA corporation, headquartered in Burlington, MA, SoftInWay's mission is to serve the high technology community by providing software products and engineering services in the area of research, design and digital prototyping of power generation equipment. The company develops products for rapid turbo-machinery design, provides technical engineering services, and uses in-house and industry standard CFD, FEA and CAD tools to address design issues at the earliest possible stage to maximize engineering productivity and increase the efficiency and reliability of equipment. The core product, AxSTREAM™, is an integrated solution based on the over 400 years of collective turbo-machinery experience of the SoftInWay's engineering team, with the clear goal of bringing to industry a professional software tool for rapid, optimized turbo-machinery flow path design.

About Design Tech Systems
DesignTech Systems is a leading CAD/CAM/CAE and Product Life Cycle management solution provider in India with offices and channel network spread all over India. With more than 1500 customers spread across industry segments they have a large foot print in the Indian market. DesignTech also has a very strong Engineering Services practice and provides services to many manufacturing companies in India and abroad.

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