Brand New GstarCAD8 Global Releasing

Gstarsoft released a brand new CAD platform, GstarCAD8, which not only realized the core technology independence but also enhanced the speed, stability and compatibility greatly, delivering to CAD users a new user interaction experience.

BEIJING, April 10, 2013 / -- Gstarsoft released a brand new CAD platform, GstarCAD8, which not only realized the core technology independence but also enhanced the speed, stability and compatibility greatly, delivering to CAD users a new user interaction experience. Once more, GstarCAD8 will lead the development of CAD software.


Vice President of Gstarsoft, Liang Jiang, said, "Previous versions of GstarCAD platform were limited by the basic architecture of the software, so there were bottlenecks in performance and stability. GstarCAD 8 was created by over 100 experienced engineers and talented programmers for three years on the development of this new platform."

A number of innovative technologies, speed for your design

GstarCAD8 hosts new technologies like Smart Graphic Partition, Categorized Memory Storage Management and Self-adaptive Data Model that are focused on boosting graphic display speed with lower memory usage through an efficient data storage management to improve the speed and performance of CAD drawings.

Modular software architecture, secure drawings

In previous versions of GstarCAD, every functional module overlapped, so it was more difficult to identify and fix a bug. In GstarCAD8, any single bug or error can be easily pinpointed within an independent functional module and fixed without having effect on other modules, avoiding functional interlock that may lead to system crash.

Seamless formats and APIs compatibility

To ensure the availability and usability of GstarCAD8, it reserves the advantages of previous versions and provides a Ribbon interface to meet the design requirements of users while guaranteeing APIs compatibility. ARX is completely compatible with GstarCAD8. Plug-ins of LSP/FAS/VLX can run directly on GstarCAD8.

Mobile design for anytime and anywhere

GstarCAD8 will integrate with GstarCAD MC and GstarCAD WEB to form a CAD solution for the future. .dwg files can be imported into GstarCAD MC, enabling designers to browse, edit, and share .dwg files anytime and anywhere. For GstarCAD WEB, .dwg files can be designed via web browsers even without CAD software.

The Standing Vice President of Gstarsoft, Liang Haixia, said, "GstarCAD8 is an accomplishment after 20 years of innovative research and development. Gstarsoft expects the release of GstarCAD8 to be a start point in world markets for providing more powerful supports for manufacture and construction industries."

For more information, please contact:

Suzhou Gstarsoft Beijing Branch
5/F Unit C, Building 201, No. A10,
Jiuxianqiao North Road,
Chaoyang District, Beijing,
Beijing, 100015, China
Tel: +0086 10 57910609
Fax: +0086 10 57910629
http://www.gstarcad.net

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