With SimScale, companies in the electronics industry can benefit from all the advantages of computer simulation, developing high-quality products in a shorter time and with minimum investments. The electronics industry (or consumer electronics) is constantly evolving with new or improved products being launched every month. Manufacturers are under immense pressure to bring unique and innovative electronics to market. From electronic chips and printed circuit boards (PCBs) to smartphones or computers, SimScale is the perfect tool for electronics simulation, enabling companies to ensure power optimization, durability, efficiency, or thermal performance for their products. Download our electronics cooling guide to learn more about optimizing your design with online simulation.
“SimScale provides businesses the opportunity to access high-end resources that would typically only be available to well-established companies. The subscription service/cloud computing approach has allowed us to improve our design process and the end products that we provide to our customers without overextending financially, a big win for us!”
Mark Williams, VP Operations and Engineering
“A few highlights from my experience with SimScale are that UX/UI is very intuitive and easy to use, and as SimScale is running in the cloud we can work with the simulation and easily check/share the result no matter where we are. Since we are able to provide the clients with realistic data incorporating reasonable numbers generated with the relevant simulation, it has become much easier to discuss the problem to solve in the initial stage, thus expanding business opportunities.”
Seongsu Park, Researcher
This case study describes how US-based company QRC Technologies used the thermal analysis capabilities of SimScale to prevent thermal damage of electronics. Using simulation, they avoided creating a physical prototype for a faulty design and find the right version after 4 iterations in only a few days, saving 4 to 6 week time. Download this case study to read its success story.
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