HyperWorks Unlimited is a managed private cloud solution with fully configured hardware and software, offering unlimited use of all Altair software within the appliance. This unique solution provides best-in-class application software, HPC workload management tools, and industry leading licensing and business model to fit your growing simulation needs.
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Procuring, managing and maintaining large HPC clusters is a complex and challenging process, especially for small and medium businesses. HyperWorks Unlimited addresses this issue head-on by providing limitless access to our software within a pre-configured, fully supported hardware appliance for cloud-based simulation.
We anticipate that the ease, flexibility, accuracy and speed of HyperWorks Virtual Wind Tunnel will make it very popular not only across the auto industry but also in other fields where external aerodynamic simulation is crucial, such as architectural design and construction and wind-turbine development.
Today Altair announced the release of the HyperWorks 12.0 computer-aided engineering platform. With new functionalities and end-user productivity advancements in product optimization, Version 12 has already received accolades from customer beta users. The new 3D capability creates a fully-immersive environment that improves our ability to support conceptual design and analysis efforts,” said Jonathan Gabrys, Technical […]
Memory speed is often cited as a bottleneck in modern HPC systems. At SC12, Netlist demonstrated a comprehensive performance benchmark of its HyperCloud (HCDIMM) that showed a 39% greater server throughput compared to an identical system equipped with LRDIMMs. As companies today increasingly process and capitalize on big data, there’s an increasing need for more […]
In this video, Dale Dunlap, Director, HPC / Cloud Technology at Altair presents: HyperWorks On-Demand: Altair’s Cloud Vision. In the past few years “Cloud Computing” has evolved, and is now fundamentally changing the way that many companies manage their IT resources. High Performance Computing (HPC) in the Cloud presents some unique opportunities and challenges. This […]
Over at the Nvidia blog, Peter Messmer writes that Kepler’s new Hyper-Q feature will help increase performance for thousands of legacy MPI applications without requiring a major code rewrite. Legacy MPI-based codes were often created to run on multicore CPU systems, with the amount of work assigned to each MPI process scaled accordingly. However, this […]
In this podcast, Jeff Denworth from DDN provides details on the company’s recent announcement that their Web Object Scaler (WOS) will support Open Compute server and storage platforms in cooperation with the Open Compute Project. Historically, there has not been an industry movement around standardizing and driving the adoption of mass-market hyperscale hardware technology,” said […]
In this video, HP’s Philippe Trautmann presents: Hyperscale: The New Frontier in HPC. Recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Switzerland Workshop in Lugano on March 13, 2012. Download the slides (PDF).
In this podcast, Jason Stowe from Cycle Computing discusses the company’s recent RFP win at the Pistoia Alliance, a consortium of life science companies looking to crack their shared, fundamental research problems. Cycle is committed to supporting the standards that help spark innovation, unify silos and streamline data digestion,” said Jason Stowe, CEO of Cycle […]