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MDI Inc., a manufacturer of Unified Technology solutions for the security industry, today released a case study based on their successful business partnership with Freightliner, LLC, a DaimlerChrysler Company. An MDI customer since 1993, the company has standardized its security operations and management around MDI's ONE Unified Technology platform. With ONE, Freightliner maintains centralized command and control of their entire North American operations. By unifying MDI's SAFEnet access control and alarm management software, MDI's VIEWpoint video surveillance solutions and a variety of third party security products, the Freightliner security team gained uninterrupted, secure and redundant
multi-site situational awareness.
Dassault Systemes announced that automation system design specialist Autotool is using DELMIA V5 Robotic for programming and simulation of its robotic automotive assembly cells and lines. By simulating robot motions during design, Autotool can verify that the robots will be able to achieve all the required motions and that there will be no interferences. This means that when a system gets to the build phase, retool time is reduced. Autotool is currently using DELMIA V5 Robotics to create "what if" scenarios on an existing line where new equipment options are being analyzed. Autotool is creating a mockup design of the line and using simulation to study a number of new production scenarios
including the addition of capital equipment as well as changes in the existing process.
Sun Microsystems announced that it has created the Sun Partner Community for HPC program to make High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions practical and attainable for a wide array of customers. Several global partners have already joined the program and begun integrating HPC solutions around the world, including Grid Gateway, GTSI Corp., DSI, and Gridcore. NEC has already worked with Sun on multiple HPC projects and is in discussions to join the program as a worldwide HPC partner. The Sun Partner Community for HPC provides global partners with immediate access to a comprehensive portfolio of Sun's HPC solutions, including its Sun Fire x64 (x86, 64-bit) systems powered by AMD Opteron
processors. Additionally, members of the Sun Partner Community for HPC will be able to leverage a comprehensive set of Sun's sales tools and training programs.
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