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InsideHPC Guide to HPC in Manufacturing

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IDC reports many companies are struggling with costly development cycles, delays to market, poor product life cycle planning, and a shortage or misappropriation of highly skilled engineering resources. The adoption of HPC by manufacturers, both large and small, can help alleviate these problems.

New Report: Scaling Ansys in the Cloud

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A newly published report by Techila Technologies and Cargotec‘s MacGregor looks at reducing the cost of ANSYS HPC system ownership with cloud services integrated to the enterprise IT.

Matlab and Motor Car Design

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Jaguar is using Matlab software to design their next generation of automobiles.

Six Myths of HPC for Engineering Simulation, Part II

Wim Slagter, Lead Product Manager for HPC at ANSYS

Over at the Ansys Blog, Wim Slagter has posted the second segment of his blog post six common myths about HPC for engineering simulation. “I would be really ignorant to state that it is easy to deploy and manage a HPC cluster. As a matter of fact, sizing, building, integrating, provisioning and supporting a cluster infrastructure requires highly specialized IT expertise that is often lacking users of engineering simulation software.”

Industrial Achievements on Blue Waters Using CPUs and GPUs

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In this video from the 2014 HPC User Forum in Seattle, Seid Koric from NCSA presents: Industrial achievements on Blue Waters Using CPUs and GPUs.

A Hazy Future for Cloud Computing?

Wolfgang Gentzsch, The UberCloud

“The independent software vendors, which make the programs that scientists and engineers would like to use in the cloud, are not sure how they can license their software for such an environment. As Felix Wolfheimer of CST remarked, in a moment of candor: “There is a lot of fear in the sales department about opening up the licensing model’ so that software licenses will be flexible enough for use in the cloud.”

SOLVE Report Explores Value of Government Investment in HPC

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“Solve builds on over a decade of Council leadership to ensure the United States acts strategically to leverage HPC for competitiveness,” said Deborah L. Wince-Smith, President & CEO of the Council on Competitiveness.

NICE Remote Vizualization Comes to the UberCloud Marketplace

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Today the UberCloud announced the pending availability of Cloud-enabled NICE software solutions for the UberCloud Marketplace.

The Past, Present and Future of Engineering Simulation

Bill Clark, EVP at CD-adapco

“Whereas previous generations of engineers could take some comfort in the ‘safety net’ of extensive physical testing to rescue them from the occasional poor prediction, CAE is increasingly the victim of its own success as simulation continues to displace hardware testing as industry’s verification method of choice. Although this increased confidence in simulation is well-deserved (and has been hard-earned through many years of successful prediction), it brings with it a great deal of pressure to ‘get the answer right’ every time.”

Wolfgang Gentzsch on Linux Containers for Cloud HPC

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“One important recent technological development might have the power to change the world of HPC cloud: UberCloud Containers. The UberCloud started in mid-2013 using an open platform, called Docker, that can package an application and its dependencies in a virtual container that runs on any modern Linux server. The UberCloud enhanced Docker to suit it for technical computing applications in science and engineering.”