Startup Seeks CAE Shake Up with Cloud HPC Solvers-as-a-Service

March 5, 2018

Coming out of stealth, a startup is out to overturn the CAE industry with a combination of AWS-based HPC capabilities and what it says is superior multi-physics Read more…

SGI, ANSYS Set New Record for Scaling Commercial CAE Code

September 27, 2016

SGI, the supercomputing vendor recently acquired by HPE, has teamed with ANSYS, the product engineering and simulation software company, to set a new world reco Read more…

Digital Prototyping a Mercedes

July 14, 2015

ISC 2015’s emphasis on HPC use in industry was reflected in the choice of Monday’s opening keynote speaker, Jürgen Kohler, senior manager, NVH (noise, vibr Read more…

Altair Crash Tests New Xeon E7s

March 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 simulation Read more…

Crash Testing at Scale

January 14, 2014

Over on Cray's blog site, the company's manufacturing segment manager, Greg Clifford, writes about the performance of explicit structural applications at scale Read more…

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…

UberCloud HPC Experiment Readies for Round Three

March 5, 2013

The UberCloud Experiment is issuing an open invitation to members of the HPC, CAE, life sciences, and big data communities to join round three. Teams will be involved in applying the cloud computing services model to compute and data-intensive workloads on remote cluster computing resources. The idea behind the experiment is to explore the end-to-end process of using remote computing resources as a service, and learning to tackle the many roadblocks. Read more…

UberCloud HPC Experiment Preps for Round Three

March 5, 2013

The cloud-based experiment seeks participants from the HPC, CAE, life sciences, and big data communities. Read more…

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