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Ad-Tech To Distribute SoftInWay’s AxSTREAM
Posted Mon March 17, 2008 @10:03AM
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News SoftInWay, a global leader in the development of flow path design software for axial and radial turbo-machinery, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Advanced Technologies Co. LTD (Ad-Tech) in Tokyo to distribute the complete line of AxSTREAM™ of Multi-disciplinary Design and Optimization software to the turbomachinery industry in Japan.

AxSTREAM is a valuable design and analysis tool for many types of turbomachinery including steam and gas turbines, centrifugal compressors, turbochargers, industrial blowers and fans.


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“Ad-Tech has become a leader in CAE marketplace in Japan,” states Mr. Kiichiro. Miyazaki, President. “We are a provider of innovative solutions to complex problems in numerous industries using our knowledge based engineering and CAE software. Our core competence is in applied technology gained through our long history as a specialist in CAE and in developing new markets where we leverage advanced technologies such as AxSTREAM.”

“This partnership with Ad-Tech will allow us to significantly grow and better serve our established and new market segments in Japan,” stated Dr. Leonid Moroz, President of SoftInWay. “We are very pleased to be working with Ad-Tech who brings a strong knowledge base of engineering software and technical support capabilities to those turbomachinery manufacturers looking to provide better equipment solutions to their customers faster.”

Ad-Tech has strong working relationships with many leading academic institutions in Japan and will be distributing the axial and radial educational versions of AxSTREAM™ to the engineering colleges and universities. These educational versions allow students to learn design theory while actually creating designs using “real world” industry platforms.

About Ad-Tech
Established in 1985, Advanced Technologies Co. LTD (Ad-Tech) not only develops engineering software for their customers, but also makes contributive customer support by consultancy works. Ad-Tech provides several different kinds of CAE software systems consisting of structural analysis, electromagnetic analysis, multi-physic analysis and large scale Hexa mesh generator software, etc.

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.

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