De­sign-to-pro­to­type in­no­va­tion

Voice&Data - - NEWS BYTES - Nan­dita Singh

“In soft­ware, it is said, fail fast and fail of­ten. Un­for­tu­nately, that’s not true for hard­ware, but in Solid­works, one can ap­ply same prin­ci­ples to hard­ware as well. Solid­works tools al­low move­ment across in­te­grated de­sign process span­ning me­chan­i­cal, elec­tri­cal, PCB,” said Ro­han Shra­van, CEO of No­tion Ink, and a Solid­works cus­tomer. The young CEO of No­tion Ink has solved the over heat­ing is­sue in his com­pany’s 10-inch, 2-in-1 tablet/ net­book prod­uct range us­ing Solid­works de­sign tools and func­tion­al­i­ties.

No­tion Ink, the Ben­galuru-based man­u­fac­turer of Cain­series tablets, has launched a new 2-in-1 tablet called Able 10, priced at sub-Rs 25K level, avail­able ex­clu­sively via Snapdeal. One of the high­lights of the tablet is that it is pow­ered by In­tel’s Cherry Trail pro­ces­sor, runs on Win­dows 10 OS and comes with a built-in SIM card slot for 3G con­nec­tiv­ity on the go. It is de­signed on Solid­works and has pro­cess­ing power to run Solid­works as well. No­tion Ink prod­ucts have been in the mar­ket since Septem­ber 2014, and its lat­est Able 10, 2-in-1 tablet model been in the mar­ket for three months now.

Im­prov­ing Ac­cess To Solid­works

The 2017 re­lease of Solid­works is avail­able for on­line sub­scrip­tions as well and the tech­ni­cal team at Solid­works is work­ing on how to im­prove stream­ing on low la­tency net­works for coun­tries like In­dia, where con­nec­tiv­ity can be a chal­lenge. “Our aim is to give our cus­tomers flex­i­ble of tech­nol­ogy, busi­ness and ease of use,” said Jain.

Jain and his team, has been work­ing on low­er­ing the ac­cess bar­rier for Solid­works. It is avail­able at zero cost to over 100,000 stu­dents across In­dia via their col­leges and the com­pany has also been run­ning de­sign chal­lenge pro­grams for ed­u­ca­tion seg­ment in the coun­try since 2007 un­der the lead­er­ship of PM Raviku­mar, the Sales Director- Solid­works In­dia at Das­sault Sys­temes.

While con­ven­tional per­pet­ual li­cense en­sure that the cus­tomer gets all new up­dates and re­leases, Solid­works is also avail­able as term li­cense for de­fined du­ra­tion use of three months, six months and a year, pric­ing for which is avail­able on re­quest. nan­di­tas@cy­berme­

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