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…
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…
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