AspenONE V7 (C)AspenTech Introduces license keymake

-- The best practices enabled by aspenONE V7 reflect proven, state-of-the-
art engineering work processes used by leading AspenTech customers.
These process manufacturers and engineering & construction companies
include global leaders such as Dow, BP, BASF, and Fluor.

-- Guided by input from AspenTech’s leading customers around the world,
aspenONE V7 delivers innovations and enhancements that make it easier
for engineering teams to "do more with less" in the face of shrinking
human resources and increasing market demand.

-- Building upon previous innovations from AspenTech, aspenONE V7 includes
several process engineering "industry firsts":

-- An integrated conceptual engineering workflow via a single user
interface. This tightly integrates simulation, equipment design and
economic analysis, and enables simultaneous rather than sequential

-- A patented master data model (MDM) that enables process
manufacturers to effectively manage assets across the entire
lifecycle -- from design through operations.

-- An industry-standard, vendor-neutral interface (ISO 15926-compliant)
that links basic to detailed engineering, enabling workflow across
multiple types of engineering teams who need to work together on
global projects.

-- Out-of-the-box modelling functionality for coal gasification, bio-
fuels, and other alternative energy sources.

-- The industry’s most comprehensive physical property database
incorporating over 23,000 components, developed in collaboration
with the National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST),
supporting complex process modelling and optimization requirements.

-- The integration of both equation-oriented and sequential modular
approaches to simulation for the Energy industry.

-- aspenONE V7 software also delivers additional IT and usability
innovations that provide fast and easy access for users across the
enterprise and simplify deployment and management of the software:

-- "Virtualization ready" software support for leading virtualization
technologies from Microsoft, VMware and Citrix, dramatically
reducing deployment time from months to weeks.

-- The introduction of the Aspen Licensing Center. The Licensing
Center graphically displays how aspenONE engineering products are
used across the enterprise, making it easier to identify and
replicate best practices, and simplifying access of new products
through on-demand evaluation. (See AspenTech’s Aspen Licensing
Center press release for more information.)

-- New operator training simulation (OTS) with a new model integration
framework to help operators get up-to-speed faster and better manage
plant performance.

-- Pop-up Viewlets providing instant help and guidance throughout
aspenONE V7.

-- As a result of the many innovations in aspenONE V7, process industry
companies can better respond to today’s most pressing market

-- Rapidly responding to increased capacity needs -- through more
efficient engineering and re-use of engineering knowledge in

-- Identifying optimal energy management solutions during design --
through an integrated conceptual engineering workflow.

-- Accelerating alternative energy projects -- through proven process
models and engineering tools tailored for these markets.

-- Executing larger, more complex projects with fewer engineers --
through global project execution and a collaborative framework.

-- Achieving greater engineering efficiency -- through the ability to
support multiple engineering projects on a single PC.

-- Improved response to environmental regulations -- through accurate
modelling of CO2 and acid gas removal.

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