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Engineering What’s Ahead:

How Intel Simulated EMI of an Entire Server

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Electromagnetic interference (EMI) is a common problem in electronics, as IC devices shrink, and customers expect everything to work faster. Having so many electronic components in small spaces increases the risk of EMI.

Intel wanted to simulate the interactions and interference of a whole server at once as the ultimate way of understanding their products.

Simulating an entire server at once had never been done.

Discover how Intel simulated an entire server; simulating all 6 cards at once and creating a subdomain inside a domain, so engineers can define smaller cell size and mesh. Download this case study to learn how.

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