July 9, 2014
Airbus is set to increase its high-performance computing (HPC) capabilities by building on the partnership started with HP in 2011. The aircraft manufacturer wi Read more…
January 26, 2012
Designing an aircraft is one of the more expensive endeavors in the manufacturing business. It's no surprise that large manufacturers like Boeing and Airbus have turned to computing, and especially high performance computing, to streamline the effort. To get a sense of the current state of the art, we asked Guus Dekkers, CIO of EADS and Airbus, to shed some light on the computational challenges involved. Read more…
October 18, 2011
High performance computing is getting cheaper every year. But that doesn't remove the burden of buying these systems on a regular basis when your organization demands ever-increasing computing power to stay competitive. That's the dilemma a lot of commercial HPC users find themselves in as they wonder how often they should upgrade their HPC machinery. At least one company, Airbus, determined buying HPC systems wasn't such a great deal after all. Read more…
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