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Have you seen Dave's Video?

Clive Maxfield
11/24/2008 04:00 PM EST

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re: Have you seen Dave's Video?
studleylee   11/27/2008 6:28:40 PM
Altium has rocked for years now with the Protel integration. I've been working with the 'new' Orcad( or is it Allegro who knows?) lately and I tell you it's not much fun. The mergers and discontinuities that rivals, Mentor and Cadence, both have done have leave the customers wondering why the heck did we pay this much for toolsets with components written by groups from different planets and eras. Altium is doing what they need to do by stepping up and proving the a unified tool set gets things done. Go Altium!

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