Announces Merger with TenLinks

TenLinks and, leaders in engineering and design media, announced that they will merge their operations.

TenLinks founder Roopinder Tara will continue issuing TenLinks Daily, managing the TenLinks websites, and in addition, become Director of Content of CAD, CAM and CAE subjects for

The industry leading expertise and reputation of TenLinks contributes greatly to our mission to inform, inspire and entertain the worldwide engineering community," said John Hayes, CEO of "Design is a critical part of engineering, and TenLinks solidifies our coverage and presence in that segment."

The merger of TenLinks and creates a significant opportunity for advertisers:

  • More than 100 expert authors
  • Over 3 million unique monthly visitors
  • Broad range of services to assist decision making from awareness through to action

For Roopinder, the merger with ENGINEERING.COM furthers his commitment to give back to the profession for which he was trained. A registered professional engineer with 10 years of industry experience in design and analysis, a master's degree in engineering and 18 years of publishing experience, Roopinder is ready to provide more information to an engineering audience.

“Engineers coming to will have even more articles they will enjoy reading," says Roopinder. brings the most influential voices in engineering to a worldwide audience of engineers. Our stories are informative, inspiring and entertaining. Engineering and technical professionals use our forums at and to collaborate and solve problems.

TenLinks, Inc. is an online CAD, CAM and CAE media company. It operates the TenLinks Network comprised of the 60 largest and most informative independent sites. TenLinks’ experts cover engineering and architecture tools and technology.

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