Altair Channel Partner CaeTek Expands into Norway

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Altair, a global leader in computational science and artificial intelligence (AI), announced that Finnish channel partner CaeTek has expanded into Norway. In addition to Norway, CaeTek offers Altair technology in Finland, Denmark, Iceland, and the Baltic region. The Norwegian branch of CaeTek is supported by cDynamics, a Norwegian consultancy with a strong background in Altair’s software porfolio and structural and hydrodynamics simulation for the marine and telecommunication markets.

“We are very happy that CaeTek has expanded into Norway as we continue to make our solutions more accessible around the globe,” said Joakim Lindholm, managing director, Altair Nordics. “The CaeTek team has more than 35 years of experience in product development and will deliver best-in-class knowledge and support for our customers.”

“CaeTek’s expansion to Norway accelerates our efforts to offer world-class simulation technology based on proven excellence, quality, and agility in the market,” said Ari Tertsunen, board chairman, CaeTek AS. 

Since its establishment in 2020, CaeTek’s mission is to empower all engineering companies to design, innovate, and optimize products and processes. In addition to selling software solutions, the company also provides local support and training for Altair simulation solutions to help customers maximize the value of their investments.


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