April 26, 2021
High-Performance Computing (HPC) resources, both on-premises, on the edge, and in the cloud, can help boost simulation performance throughout the product design and development process. The availability of additional compute resources will be critical as engineering organizations will be required to perform simulations on increasingly complex designs much more frequently.
Ansys and Digital Engineering recently published a new research report on HPC usage in engineering simulation, and have compiled some key findings into an easy-to-understand infographic.
You can download the infographic below, and learn more about the full research report here.
Download HPC and Cloud-Enabled Engineering Simulation Infographic
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