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September 22, 2015
Nor-Tech, a provider of HPC (high-performance computing) for CAE solutions, has launched a Demo Cluster for simulation applications.
Simulations run on the latest Intel CPU and accelerators from Intel Xeon Phi as well as NVIDIA GPUs (graphics processing units). The cluster can run a range of applications including:
- ANSYS Fluent
- CONVERGE CFD (computational fluid dynamics)
- COMSOL Multiphysics
“Our Demo Cluster is designed for organizations that ultimately need something beyond a workstation. Clients who have made the transition typically see significant improvement in run times; better resolution; better utilization of their engineering staff; and shorter time to market. It’s a great way for engineers to demonstrate return-on-investment for management,” says David Bollig, president and CEO at Nor-Tech. “It’s an excellent resource for companies that may have recently hired someone with supercomputing skills, but they have nothing to run jobs on. However, it’s also a good way for people to see just how easy our HPCs are to use. If you can use a desktop, you can use one of our HPCs—this sets our solutions apart from competitors.”
For more information, visit Nor-Tech.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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