Altium has shaken up its management team as part of a strategy to deliver more value and a richer design experience to Altium users by further opening its next-generation DXP development platform to third-party EDA and non-EDA tool providers. This includes allowing third parties to write apps for delivery in the Altium ecosystem, or extending their own ecosystem using Altium’s technologies.
The expanded corporate management team includes long-term Altium veterans, Kayvan Oboudiyat (CEO), Aram Mirkazemi (CTO) and Frank Hoschar (CMO).
In a move to strengthen customer relationships, the team will also work closely with customers to co-create solutions and add value as part of an agile, customer-centric strategy. Altium customers will be enabled to leverage the Embedded Internet by building and extending their web-based ecosystems for their products and user communities.
The Altium DXP platform features a consistent data model for smart system-on-board design, a seamless flow for 3D PCB, FPGA and embedded software development. Worldwide, Altium says over 80 000 users have moved from tool chains to the DXP platform.
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