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The DENSO brand is built on delivering more Quality, Reliability, and Value than any other manufacturer. Whether supplying the world’s automakers with reliable OE parts, or developing aftermarket replacement parts at or above spec, DENSO’s line of products are built to deliver superior all-around performance every day.

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Japan's Denso, Mitsubishi Electric to invest $1 bln in Coherent's silicon carbide unit

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🔖 Topics: Funding Event

🏢 Organizations: Denso, Mitsubishi Electric, Coherent

Coherent (COHR.N), a major U.S. supplier of materials used to make chips for the automotive industry, said on Tuesday Japan’s Denso (6902.T) and Mitsubishi Electric (6503.T) will invest $1 billion in the company’s silicon carbide business. Denso and Mitsubishi Electric will invest $500 million each in exchange for a 12.5% non-controlling ownership interest in Coherent’s unit, as per the agreement. Coherent, which makes lasers and switches for circuits, has a market value of $4.69 billion and carries $4.4 billion in total debt as of fiscal 2023, according to LSEG data.

Read more at Reuters

DENSO reduce component simulation time by 80 percent using its Simcenter 3D and NX integrated process

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🔖 Topics: Simulation

🏭 Vertical: Automotive

🏢 Organizations: DENSO, Siemens

A major challenge today is to improve productivity in the design and simulation of automotive parts. Even before the rise of software solutions, designers focused on geometry and turned to analysts to test and validate performance. However, simulation teams have always been much smaller than design teams – creating a bottleneck in the development process.

With Siemens tools, DENSO saw an opportunity to streamline the traditional workflow between design and engineering analysis, uniting the disciplines. This was particularly true for component design and analysis where simulation processes are more routine. DENSO’s goal was to reduce or eliminate the iteration with a new workflow.

Read more at Siemens Resources

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