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Datalogics, Incorporated and Tech Soft 3D launch joint venture

September 09, 2010

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Datalogics, Incorporated and Tech Soft 3D have teamed up to license the Adobe PDF Library SDK to engineering software developers. Datalogics will provide extended platform support, porting services, and core API maintenance and enhancements to TS3D; TS3D will provide licensing, support and engineering-focused enhancements to its customers, including support for native 3D PDF data types (PRC and U3D).

Ron Fritz, CEO of Tech Soft 3D, says that the enhancements Datalogics have added, which include "the .NET language interface, and the additional platforms they've ported, such as the 64-bit platforms", will interest TS3D's engineering software customers and prospects."

Kevin McNeill, President of Datalogics, added that the partnership will allow Datalogics to "spend more time adapting the API to the specific needs of the engineering software marketplace."

The Adobe PDF Library is available directly from Tech Soft 3D for engineering software customers. Other users should access the service via Datalogics. More information on the partnership can be found on Datalogics' home page.

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