Freeing CAE Jobs from Zombie Computing

November 14, 2013

Over at Desktop Engineering, Kenneth Wong has published “The Zombie Computer Survival Guide,” or “things to consider when shopping for HPC for simulation. Read more…

By Tiffany Trader

CAE in the Cloud – New Business Opportunities for Manufacturers and ISVs

July 19, 2012

Most manufacturers, especially small and medium businesses (SMBs), mainly use desktop workstations for their daily R&D work. Often they do prep work during the day and production runs over-night, resulting in one simulation job per day. In this article, we will investigate how breaking the CAE jobs free from the restrictions of the workstation environment and moving them to the cloud could benefit the CAE engineers as well as the CAE software vendors. Read more…

By Wolfgang Gentzsch and Burak Yenier

A “Disruptive Change” for CAD and CAE

August 23, 2010

Computer-aided design and engineering applications are not reputed for their ability to function well in cloud for a host of technical reasons but there are increasing efforts underway to deliver cloud-ready CAD and CAE offerings. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Autodesk Inching Closer to the Cloud

July 23, 2010

Autodesk requires significant hardware investment but until recently, most of the software offerings delivered in the SaaS model have been limited. The company's products are a perfect fit for cloud and the company sees clouds on the horizon for more of its simulation offerings. Read more…

By Nicole Hemsoth

Autodesk Crunches Numbers for Greener Buildings

October 27, 2009

CAD toolmaker adds smarts to model eco-friendly designs. Read more…

By Martin LaMonica

Virtual Product Development Gaining Traction

January 5, 2009

While manufacturers may never be able to completely avoid physical prototyping, best-in-class players are continuing to expand their use of virtual product development. Read more…

By Beth Stackpole

3D Imaging Spreads to Fashion and Beyond

October 6, 2008

A body scan can save a lot of time in the fitting room, and fields from medicine to architecture are adopting 3D computing applications. Read more…

By Rachael King

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