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- No longer just a CAD. Garner, Rochelle // PC Week;8/5/96, Vol. 13 Issue 31, pA1
Focuses on the major diversification effort undertaken by Autodesk. Acquisition of Creative Imaging Technologies; Change in the stock symbol of the company.
- Autodesk revenues, installed base up. L.K. // Computer-Aided Engineering;Oct97, Vol. 16 Issue 10, p6
Reports on Autodesk's financial performance for the second quarter of its fiscal 1997. Sale of the company's software product AutoCAD R14.
- Drawing on experience. Dvorak, Paul // Machine Design;08/07/97, Vol. 69 Issue 15, p68
Looks at an announcement made by Autodesk, that the sales of AutoCAd LT, a low cost 2D-drawing package, had passed the 500,000-seat mark. Information on the cost of this 2D-drawing package; Comments from chief engineer with Laser Technology, Richard Vanderneut. INSETS: Keeping designers up to...
- Autodesk facilitates sharing of AEC data. Doyle, Audrey // Computer Graphics World;Aug95, Vol. 18 Issue 8, p10
Reports on Autodesk Inc.'s plan to publish the Industry Foundation Classes (IFC) and IFC Interoperability Guidelines to provide a basis for all Associated Equipment Company (AEC) software to share intelligent data internationally. Creation of descriptions of real-world objects.
- New API for Autodesk mechanical desktop. // Computer Graphics World;Jan96, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p10
Reports that Autodesk has delivered its initial application program interface for its Mechanical Desktop, a software suite. Features.
- Can AutoCAD fight back? Potter, Caren // Computer Graphics World;Apr97, Vol. 20 Issue 4, p61
Looks into various issues concerning Autodesk Inc. Stock price performance; Frustration and difficulties related to Release 13 of the AutoCAD software; Product pricing and revenue cycles. INSET: The future of a virtual corporation, by C.P..
- ADP puts CAD files online. Belleville, Laureen // Computer Graphics World;May97, Vol. 20 Issue 5, p9
Reports on Autodesk Data Publishing's offer of all computer-aided design files in its PartSpec Online service to be downloaded and inserted into AutoCAD documents from the World Wide Web. Features of PartSpec Online.
- Autodesk to unwrap Design APIs at parley. // PC Week;8/7/95, Vol. 12 Issue 31, p3
Reports on Autodesk Inc.'s plan to announce the next generation of its Design application programming interface (API) at the company's Developer Conference in August 1995.
- Autodesk fights dongles, but should users have to put up with anti-piracy issues? Foster, Ed // InfoWorld;06/08/98, Vol. 20 Issue 23, p80
Presents the reasons of `Infoworld' periodical's readers on why they are upset with Autodesk. Company's hardware locks on some of its products; Encountering of a number of bizarre code-authorization schemes.