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How Synopsys' acquisition of Ansys could streamline design and simulation This article is sponsored by:

A definitive agreement for Synopsys to acquire Ansys for $35 billion could improve digital twins workflows across different engineering disciplines in chip design, physics, software, and security. Both firms are building the tools required for new chips and sustainability technologies.

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Are ERP customers ready for extensibility platforms? ASUG’s SAP BTP research underscores an emerging trend This article is sponsored by: ASUG logo transparent 250x150px

ASUG research reveals SAP customers are embracing SAP BTP - but the data shows that success with SAP BTP requires more. Customers must assess what components are important to their organization, and get buy-in from key stakeholders. ASUG's Marissa Gilbert breaks down the key findings about getting results with SAP BTP.

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Is it the end of the road for Software AG after selling its integration business to IBM? This article is sponsored by:

Months after persuading a key stakeholder to back private equity firm Silver Lake's buyout of leading German software company Software AG, the sale of its flagship integration platform to IBM has cast doubt on the 54-year-old company's future as an independent business.

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Accenture Technology Vision 2024 - a more human interface requires a solid data foundation This article is sponsored by:

Accenture’s new Technology Vision 2024 predicts human by design technologies will reinvent industries and redefine leaders. However, enterprises need to focus on integrating their data infrastructure and empowering human experts to take part in this next wave of innovation.

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Exascale supercomputing for the enterprise – your best bet vs quantum and neuromorphic rivals This article is sponsored by:

Supercomputers have entered the exascale range, capable of more than a quintillion operations per second - and enterprise applications are starting to emerge. Meanwhile, quantum and neuromorphic architectures show promise.

Exascale HPC - close-up of supercomputer © casarsaGuru via Canva.com

SAP responds to the pending closure of openSAP, and Juergen Mueller gives his take on the future of ABAP developers This article is sponsored by:

SAP's announcement of the pending "sunset" of openSAP caused a community reaction and raised transition questions. I asked SAP for answers. I also share advice for SAP developers from Juergen Mueller - and some surprising/inspiring advice from the Boring Enterprise Nerds.

Boring Enterprise Nerds - at ASUG Tech Connect
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