How can semiconductor companies make their product innovation even more profitable? By moving beyond technical prowess. By retooling innovation for a modern lifecycle management approach for digital continuity. This white paper is based on a Tech-Clarity survey of 277 semiconductor and high-tech professionals to find out how semiconductor companies manage product development and product lifecycles.
Why has Siemens entered the EDA space? How do Siemens PLM and Mentor Graphics complement each other? Do customers see a benefit? Has it been a success? This post analyzes how Mentor Graphics fits into the Siemens PLM’s portfolio and the strategy for the combined company. This segment is a continuation of our perspective on the Siemens
What is Siemens doing with PLM and the Digital Innovation Platform? This post examines Siemens PLM’s vision to help manufacturers innovate, produce, and service their products, expanding on an earlier post sharing our high level perspectives on Siemens PLM Strategy and another about Siemens Focusing on Digital Transformation and Digital Innovation. It will share information on the future
What has Siemens PLM been doing over the past couple of years to deliver on their product innovation, product development, engineering, and production software platform strategy? This post expands on our recent post sharing our high level perspectives on Siemens PLM Strategy. It provides more detail on recent history and their new strategy to focus on digital
I had the chance to talk with … a number of IBM executives at their Rational Software Conference (RSC2009) over the last two days. I have heard some great talks on the role that software plays in developing a smarter planet, and how IBM can help companies develop smarter products. I have heard them talk about instrumenting the physical world to monitor, analyze, and improve the way it operates (a whole topic unto itself, really). I have learned a lot and shared ideas with some dynamic, passionate IBM’ers and my peer analysts. My key takeaway is not new, however. I have felt for some time (and my experience at the Rational conference furthered this belief) that IBM has an unprecedented opportunity to bring a systems engineering focus to developing mechatronic products, and unite the disparate mechanical, electrical, and software design processes.