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Collaboration to Accelerate Innovation: Open Source PBS Pro from Altair

Jul 25, 2016 |

Altair is offering a full core open-source version of PBS Professional®, with the goal of helping to accelerate discovery and innovation enabled by high-performance computing.   This move is intended to nurture an environment of collaboration where the community can combine efforts and focus on solving common challenges in HPC job scheduling and workload management, Read more…

Altair’s Bill Nitzberg Sums Up Four Decades of HPC

Jun 25, 2015 |

In a recent blog post, HPC community member and CTO of PBS Works at Altair Engineering, Inc. Dr. Bill Nitzberg, traces the recent history of computing from 1980 through the end of the present decade, to illustrate the trends that best characterize the coming exascale era. The four decades are depicted in a slide broken Read more…

Lockheed Martin Implements Cost-Saving Cross-Domain Security Solution

Apr 6, 2015 |

Lockheed Martin staffs several government programs that manage high-performance computing (HPC) resources, including support and hardware, used by R&D contractors and scientists engaged in compute-intensive modeling and simulation research. In such an environment, there are multiple levels of security that must be respected by the systems in place. Lockheed Martin configured its systems with Red Read more…

ATCx Cloud UK

Dec 9, 2014 |

Ready to get serious about leveraging cloud technology to explore innovative, profitable products faster? Come to Altair’s ATCx Cloud event series to see how others in the industry do it – and try it out yourself! The series will feature user presentations exploring large design scenarios and their outcomes, pushing the limits of CAE and Read more…

Architecting for Exascale: Altair’s PBS Works Suite Featuring PBS Professional 13.0

Nov 3, 2014 |

In Q1 2015 Altair will launch a major new version of PBS Professional, the trusted leader in HPC workload management proven for over 20 years at thousands of sites. “This is our biggest release ever,” says Bill Nitzberg, CTO of PBS Works. “PBS Pro 13 is truly architected for exascale, supporting systems that are 10x Read more…

Altair Crash Tests New Xeon E7s

Mar 12, 2014 |

RADIOSS, one of the top structural analysis solvers in the industry, is used by auto companies like Ford and PSA in France to run car crash and other simulations to test safety and viability of a broad array of products. Like similar CAE codes, it is highly parallelized for top performance on large, powerful clusters–and Read more…

Innovating In the Cloud

Dec 3, 2012 |

Altair’s HyperWorks On-Demand™ allows customers to leverage their investment in Altair’s patented licensing system to run software on a hosted HPC infrastructure via a secure, web-based portal. Launched from a web browser, HWOD enables engineers to burst to the cloud to run simulations so organizations can easily scale resources to meet growing compute demand.

Inside a NASA Production Supercomputing Center

Jun 18, 2012 |

It takes a super workload management tool to power grid, cluster and on-demand computing environments for computational modeling and simulation applications at NASA. When providing supercomputing resources to 1,500 users, 24/7, workload management is a top priority. PBS Professional workload management software has been used since its inception at NASA.

In House vs. In Cloud: An Altair Exec Talks Infrastructure

Apr 30, 2012 |

Bill Nitzberg, CTO of Altair’s PBS Works division, discusses Altair’s HPC management software and his take on the cloud.

A New Generation of Smarter, Not Faster, Supercomputers

May 19, 2011 |

When it comes to the power-hungry systems of the pending era of exascale, next-generation systems will need to employ “brains” not just brawn to tackle new challenges. This is a concept Bill Nitzberg of Altair’s PBS Works described to us this week as he highlighted the ways smarter management can tackle some of the greatest challenges ahead for billion-core machines.