The European ŠKODA automotive company has purchased three SGI supercomputers to augment its computer-aided engineering (CAE) system. The deal includes an SGI ICE X cluster with over 2300 cores along with two SGI UV 2000 shared memory supercomputers with another thousand cores and 8TB of memory in total.
Product quality and safety together with advantageous pricing for our customers, is our utmost priority,” said Petr Rešl, head of Process & System Integration – Product Process. “With new SGI computing power we will be able to rapidly develop more innovative vehicles with excellent value-to-price ratios.”
This 70 Teraflop SGI installation will be used primarily for computational fluid dynamics analysis using ANSYS FLUENT simulation software and OpenFOAM CFD software and for crash analysis using ESI Group PAM-CRASH software. Read the Full Story.