CST STUDIO SUITE 2010 - Now Shipping
Computer Simulation Technology (CST) announces shipping of CST STUDIO SUITE(TM) version 2010 has commenced
CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) now incorporates an asymptotic solver. This solver is based on the Shooting Bouncing Ray method, an extension to physical optics, and is capable of tackling simulations with an electric size of many thousands of wavelengths such as radar cross section analysis.
CST MWS' frequency domain solver is a widely used tool in the EM simulation world. After the introduction of true geometry adaptation with version 2009, the inclusion of third and mixed order elements will further increase simulation efficiency and speed. The frequency domain solver is also the first solver to feature CST's new sensitivity analysis approach.
The CST MWS flagship time domain solver includes functional enhancements such as arbitrary order dispersive material modeling, and domain decomposition for cluster computing, also in combination with GPU computing.
The integration of CST MICROSTRIPES(TM) into CST STUDIO SUITE is of particular interest to engineers working on electromagnetic compatibility. This facilitates access to features particularly valuable in EMC simulations, such as compact models and Octree meshing within the wellknow design environment.
"We are pleased to announce the shipping of CST STUDIO SUITE version 2010 has commenced on schedule," stated Dr. Bernhard Wagner, Managing Director, Sales and Marketing, CST. "This release is a milestone in the area of electromagnetic simulation. No other software package delivers solutions for this breadth of EM applications. Focus is important and we will continue to put all our resources and energy into this exciting engineering field."
Highlights of CST STUDIO SUITE 2010
- New Products in CST STUDIO SUITE 2010
* Asymptotic solver based on the SBR method for electrically very large structures
* CST MICROSTRIPES fully integrated into the design environment
* New power integrity solver o CST MPHYSICS STUDIO for thermal (including bioheat) and mechanical stress analysis of electromagnetic devices
- CST simulation acceleration scheme enables access to all acceleration options (Cluster, GPU and distributed computing) via tokens
- Arbitrary order dispersive material modeling
- CST DS, CST's RF circuit and system simulation tool, is now part of the standard CST STUDIO SUITE 2010 license
- EDA import tokens provide flexible access to all major EDA flows
- Sensitivity and yield analysis
- Broadband field interfaces enable easy coupling of different CST simulation tools
PR graphics can be downloaded from the news section of CST's website at: www.cst.com/content/news/documents/news_item_141/0909_CSTS2_2010_PR.zip
CST - Computer Simulation Technology AG
CST develops and markets high performance software for the simulation of electromagnetic fields in all frequency bands. Its success is based on the implementation of unique, leading edge technology in a userfriendly interface. CST's customers operate in industries as diverse as Telecommunications, Defense, Automotive, Electronics, and Medical Equipment, and include market leaders such as IBM, Intel, Mitsubishi, Samsung, and Siemens. With 160 employees worldwide and a network of qualified distributors, over 190 people are dedicated to the development and support of its EM products in more than 30 countries.
CST's flagship product, CST MICROWAVE STUDIO® (CST MWS) is the market leader in Time Domain simulation. It enables the fast and accurate analysis of high frequency (HF) devices such as antennas, filters, couplers, planar and multilayer structures and SI and EMC effects. CST MWS can offer considerable product to market advantages such as shorter development cycles, virtual prototyping before physical trials, and optimization instead of experimentation. Further information about CST is available on the web at http://www.cst.com.
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