August Newsletter Articles
ETAP 7.5.0 Released
We are pleased to announce the release of ETAP 7.5.0, which includes multiple language support and updated ETAP device libraries.
The latest version of ETAP is fully localized in English, Spanish, Chinese, and Japanese. Additionally, each language edition has output reports available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Portuguese, and German; output reports can be generated in all of the supported six languages regardless of localized edition. Click here to see sample reports.
ETAP is already the most widely used electrical engineering software in the power industry globally, and by giving our customers a choice of language editions, productivity and ease-of-use increases even more. We will continue to provide value-added solutions within ETAP as the power engineering industry grows. Read the press release here.
Download the new ETAP 7.5.0 demo here.
2011 Training Schedule Posted
Who can believe that 2010 is more than halfway over? It’s time to plan for 2011 already! We have posted the new 2011 training schedule for the U.S., Canada, and Asia on our events page .
Workshops will take place in Irvine, Houston, Philadelphia, and Atlanta in the U.S., and in Edmonton, Calgary and Toronto in Canada. Asia workshops will be held in Chennai and Delhi, India.
Additional workshops and ETAP 101 training tours are currently being planned across the globe. Check back often by bookmarking ETAP’s events page.
Join Us at Upcoming IEEE PCIC and IAS Conferences in Texas
We will be participating in the IEEE Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee, (PCIC), Conference September 20-22, in San Antonio, Texas, as well as the IEEE Industry Applications Society (IAS) Conference, October 3-7, in Houston, Texas. We will be hosting a Hospitality Suite at both conferences and would like to invite those attending the conferences to stop in and say hello.
Attention Albuquerque and Portland Engineers and Managers
Here’s your chance to attend a practical one-day session on ETAP to learn about the latest features and capabilities. “ETAP 101″ is open to all non-users and new customers of ETAP interested in learning about state-of-the-art tools for analysis, design, and operations of electrical systems. Ten cities have already been visited in this very successful program. Click here to sign up.
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