Rescale, EDRMedeso Partner for ScaleX Enterprise Platform

May 24, 2018

SAN FRANCISCO, May 24, 2018 – Rescale, the HPC in the cloud company, announced EDRMedeso will be joining Rescale’s strategic partner ecosystem, allowing simulation engineers to quickly access virtually unlimited compute on Rescale’s ScaleX Enterprise platform. EDRMedeso is a world-class leading channel partner with over 30 years of experience providing industry-leading simulation software from ANSYS across European markets. The partnership brings EDRMedeso the ability to provide an end to end, turnkey solution for their existing and new European market segments.

“Computer power is often a bottleneck when our customers deploy our Digital Labs. With the scalable and easily accessible solutions from Rescale we are confident that we can help our customers be even more innovative while they at the same time deliver their products faster to the market,” said Niklas Lindwall, CEO, EDRMedeso. “We are always looking for best in class partners and with Rescale we certainly have found a new one.”

Traditionally, ANSYS’ simulation tools ran on-premise, but with the latest advancements in specialty infrastructure such as CPUs, GPUs and FPGAs over the last several years, clients are looking to cloud hosting providers to offer access to scalable computing for a fraction of the cost. Rescale’s HPC cloud platform automates the deployment of engineering applications through cloud, bare metal, and on-premise computing. Users can now instantly expand compute resources to thousands of cores and choose hardware configurations pre-optimized to all ANSYS simulation solutions. This partnership will continue the EDRMedeso vision of Perfect Engineering, delivering local support, training, consulting services and HPC expertise.

“We are thrilled about our partnership with EDRMedeso,” said Tyler Smith, head of Partnerships, Rescale. “We believe that EDRMedeso has been a pioneer in providing cutting edge thought leadership in their market. EDRMedeso shares our vision of transitioning simulation workloads to cloud HPC. Our partnership provides EDRMedeso a turn-key full stack solution to offer their clients a more cost-effective alternative to on-premise compute.”

For more information, visit eu.rescale.com/edr/signup.

About EDRMedeso

EDRMedeso is the leading supplier of software for technical simulation and related services in Northern Europe. With its Digital Lab strategy EDRMedeso supplies more than 800 customers in the Nordics, Baltics, and UK with ANSYS software for fluid dynamics (CFD), mechanical/thermal/dynamic analysis (FEA), and electromagnetic calculations including electronic and system simulations. EDRMedeso also represents world leading products such as building information modeling (BIM) from Trimble Tekla, as well as products from CSI (SAP2000, ETABS, SAFE and CSIBridge) and Sigma GmbH (ROHR2).

About Rescale

Rescale is the HPC in the cloud company. Trusted by the Global Fortune 500, Rescale empowers the world’s top executives, IT leaders, engineers, and scientists to securely manage product innovation and perform groundbreaking research and development faster at a lower cost. The Rescale platform transforms traditional fixed IT into flexible hybrid, private, and public cloud resources with enterprise-level administration and security. Rescale instantly enables over 250 ported and tuned applications to run on the largest and most powerful high-performance computing infrastructure network in the world.


Source: Rescale

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