“The goal at Airbus is to create a single fully integrated simulation-driven design process. He explained that they are developing simulation to the point where it is implemented from “conceptual design, to detailed design, all the way to the certification of the aircraft and finally to the continued development of the aircraft.”
“This latest version of Moab underscores our commitment to innovation in the technical computing sectors,” said Rob Clyde, CEO at Adaptive Computing. “HPC’s powerful engine is at the core of extracting insights from big data, and these updates will enable enterprises to capitalize on HPC’s convergence with cloud and big data to garner faster insights for data-driven decisions.”
In this video from ISC’14, David Maples discusses some of the many benefits you can expect when you use a unified, enterprise-grade software solution to manage all of your clusters. “From automated health checks to node provisioning at the push of a button, there’s a lot to be gained by using the right tool for the job.”
“The Weizmann Institute replaced Moab with PBS Professional to manage a 3,096-core HP cluster shared among hundreds of users. The transition process was easy, thanks to Altair’s excellent customer services and support. Now, the Institute enjoys higher cluster usage rates and greater productivity from their award-winning scientists.”
In this video from ISC’14, David Brooks from Univa discusses how the workload and resource management software layer can drastically improve ROI by boosting utilization as well as productivity. At the conference, Univa announced a collaboration with German IT service provider CPU 24/7 as well as certified integration with Schlumberger’s ECLIPSE reservoir simulation software.
Today Adaptive Computing announced that the Moab 8.0 HPC Suite-Enterprise Edition will be generally available within 30 days.
Today at ISC’14, Univa announced a collaboration and technical partnership with CPU 24/7, a German IT service provider with a focus on mechanical engineering focus.