AWR Press Release - November 22, 2010
AWR Adds Product, Application and Tutorial Videos to Engineering TV
- Content-rich site compiles videos serving the design engineering marketplace
El Segundo, CA, November 22, 2010 - AWR® Corporation, the innovation leader in high-frequency
EDA software, today announced that it has added nearly 55 product, application and tutorial videos on
Engineering TV, expanding its social media outlets
beyond the current
on YouTube. AWR’s multimedia content covers fundamental engineering topics such as S-parameters, filter synthesis
and yield analysis to advanced subjects such as WiMAX mobile solutions and AXIEM™ three-dimensional (3D) planar
applications. These videos make it easy to learn more about using AWR’s high-frequency EDA tools including
Microwave Office®, Analog Office®, Visual System Simulator™ (VSS), APLAC™, and AXIEM™ software.
TV offers cross-industry content to a wide range of design engineering groups from Electronic Design to Microwaves
& RF, and has generated millions of page views and hundreds of thousands of unique visitors in recent years. “AWR
views Engineering TV as an important outlet to reach even more of our users and potential customers by providing
content-rich, multimedia videos to help improve the productivity and efficiency of design engineering,” stated
Sherry Hess, vice president of marketing, AWR Corporation.
AWR.TV, first launched in January 2009, provides a wealth of multimedia content targeted at the company's broad
base of users as well as potential customers interested in learning more about AWR high-frequency EDA product
portfolio. AWR.TV brings its software solutions to life. Always on and accessible, AWR.TV has grown to include
hundreds of videos from partners, editors and AWR experts alike.
innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software, dramatically reduces development time and cost for products
employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications. For
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