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INTEL News Highlight

On September 10th, Intel® launched the new Xeon® Processor E5-2600 v3 product family offering up to 45 percent greater efficiency and up to 50 percent more performance compared to the previous generation. This new family of 22 nm processors is ideally suited for high performance computing, cloud and enterprise segments.

The new Xeon product family (code named “Haswell”) is based on Intel's leading 22-nanometer process technology, contributing to dramatic energy efficiency improvements. The processor family also features up to 12 cores and delivers 1.38x more performance running Ansys Mechanical and 1.19x more performance with ANSYS Fluent. "With 1.3x higher performance, this platform is a powerhouse for most workflows" said Joe Solecki, Vice President Physics Business Unit at Ansys. "It helps to make HPC an even more strategic technology for design and engineering teams".

Please add here joint Xeon E5v3 solution brief (from our Resource Library) as the very 1st link (and then followed by the existing 3)

View ANSYS Performance Details using Intel Xeon E5v3

Whitepaper: Intel Solid-State Drives - Increasing Productivity of Product Design and Simulation

Intel SSD Benchmarks for ANSYS 14.5

ANSYS Fluent Brings CFD Performance with Intel Processors and Fabrics - A Generational Performance Study


ANSYS 16.0 Release Highlight

ANSYS, a world leader in simulation software, announced on March 12 that its premier engineering simulation software product, ANSYS* Mechanical APDL 16.0 (ANSYS Mechanical 16.0), will ship with built-in, optimized support for Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessors.

Structural engineers and designers using ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 will be able to tap into the power and performance of highly-parallelized, multicore processing to speed engineering workloads, and at an affordable price.

Solution Brief: More than Double the Performance for Structural Mechanics Simulations

Accelerate Mechanical Solutions with Intel Xeon Phi - Blog

Save Money and Maximize Performance with ANSYS Mechanical 16.0 on Intel Platforms - Webinar

Intel recognizes you need more than just processors that deliver greater performance for your ANSYS applications. Along with industry-leading microprocessors, Intel delivers platform technology solutions that combine processor, chipset, and software which optimize performance and improve throughput, giving engineering professionals the ability to solve problems faster, process larger data sets, and meet design challenges more effectively.

Intel and ANSYS, using the industry-leading benchmarking approach from ANSYS and Intel Software Development Products like Intel® MKL, Compilers and VTune Performance Analyzer, have demonstrated that applications from ANSYS running on computers with Intel Xeon processors deliver superior performance and scalability.

Finally, ANSYS applications are registered with Intel® Cluster Ready (ICR - a program that simplifies buying, deploying, and managing HPC clusters) so you can be confident that ICR registered hardware and software components will work together, right out of the box.

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Intel HPC efforts

Intel® Software Development Products

Intel® Cluster Ready

HPC and Intel Cluster Ready:
ANSYS is committed to offering applications that deliver outstanding performance on Intel® processing platforms. As a member of the Intel® Cluster Ready program, ANSYS is making it easier to extend the power of our applications through high-performance computing (HPC).
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