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Mentor Graphics unveils enhanced CHS product suite

Posted: 25 Jul 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:vehicle electrical system design  CHS 

Mentor Graphics Corp. has launched the latest offering of the CHS product suite, version 2007.1. CHS is Mentor's flagship product that supports vehicle electrical system design and wire harness engineering. Along with enhanced performance, it focuses particularly on providing enhanced user experience.

The new release fully supports Mentor's InfoHub user advice capability. In addition to providing the normal context-sensitive help function, InfoHub allows users immediate access to extensive supporting material such as Mentor's TechNotes advice library and "how to" videos. Customers can also incorporate their own design process documentation into InfoHub.

The CHS product can be deployed into multiple operating environments (Windows, Unix and Linux). At version 2007.1 the software is supplied with standard Windows interface together with re-designed icons. This provides a familiar environment for new users. The previous Java Metal interface can optionally be selected.

The CHS product version 2007.1 delivers major performance improvements together with many additional ease of use enhancements. For example, multiple signal/wire connections can now be implemented via a single user action. According to Mentor Graphics, memory management is also improved, simplifying IT demands.

The CHS product version 2007.1 also delivers important new functionality across the entire toolset. For example Capital Integrator, CHS's powerful automated system integration tool, now supports multiple design engineers working concurrently resulting in increased productivity and organisational flexibility.




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