Nextira Selected for Implementing Ansys Gateway Powered by AWS

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AUSTIN, Texas, May 11, 2023 — Nextira, a cloud solutions provider for cloud migration, technology optimization and digital transformation, announced today it has been selected as a systems integrator for Ansys Gateway powered by AWS. The partnership establishes Nextira as a trusted technology partner empowered to equip engineering and manufacturing companies with Ansys’ simulation and visualization software suite.

Ansys Gateway powered by AWS is a solution for developers, designers and engineers who want to expand their Ansys simulation and computer-aided design or engineering (CAD/CAE) capability into AWS. Using Ansys Gateway powered by AWS for design and modeling improves companies’ ability to evolve into predictive enterprises by removing users’ dependence on on-premise servers, adding computing and storage capacity in the cloud and improving productivity and efficiency through increased access to cores used in complex simulations. Replacing outdated and constrained on-premise high-performance computing (HPC) systems allows users to have instant access to the newest, most powerful design and modeling systems available.

“Being the first systems integrator in North America that is currently equipped to assist users in installing Ansys Gateway powered by AWS makes our partnership incredibly unique,” said Jason Cutrer, founder and CEO of Nextira. “We are excited to help engineers and organizations adopt Ansys Gateway powered by AWS and continue to serve as a premier consultant for organizations looking to embrace cloud technologies.”

Nextira will work with customers to set up Ansys Gateway powered by AWS for their organizations and offer additional support to onboard and select the best HPC configurations that optimize its usage once in place. The suite of services Nextira provides to customers using Ansys Gateway powered by AWS includes storage capacity management, troubleshooting, expanding CPU power, and cost optimization.

“Ansys is a vital computing tool for engineers—it’s as essential to their workflow as Photoshop or Illustrator is for graphic designers,” said Cory Kim, director of engineering for predictive enterprise at Nextira. “However, moving complex simulations and developments to the cloud can be an intricate and complex process. Through our Ansys partnership, customers can feel confident in relying on Nextira’s experienced team of HPC operations experts to support them in making a smooth, seamless transition to Ansys Gateway powered by AWS.”

Nextira’s core services include Predictive Enterprise, focused on integrating artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML) and data analytics to design, build, launch and optimize HPC environments through cloud computing. Nextira has aided clients in electronic design automation (EDA), AI, silicon chip development and more to configure and manage HPC clusters. In addition, Nextira’s experts elevate organizations through technology transformation that harnesses its Cloud-Native Innovation and Immersive Futures practice areas to transform workflows across DevOps, cloud automation, gaming and entertainment development through its proprietary Studio in the Cloud customized virtual desktop infrastructure solution and more.

Nextira recently rebranded from Six Nines IT.