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Larger, more complex silicon designs are straining verification methodologies and slowing time to results and time to market. Xilinx engineers wanted to leverage bigdata analytics to simplify their verification flow on leading edge chips, and they looked to Ansys for answers in developing field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs).
Cloud computing reduces by 80 percent the time required for a coupled CFD and structural simulation.
Advances in ANSYS 16.0 and Xeon technology address the high-performance computing needs of Windows users.
The ANSYS HFSS transient solver leverages NVIDIA’s leadership in GPU computing to enable quick solutions for transient electromagnetic simulation.
HPC in the cloud reduces runtime for a complex multiphase CFD model with realistic particle loading from five days to two days.
For over 20 years, the High Performance Computing Center (HLRS) of the University of Stuttgart has helped leading companies like Daimler and Porsche address their complex engineering problems via the strategic use of high-performance computing (HPC) resources. Today, the Center is preparing these and other partners to optimize their use of HPC across the business. Dimensions recently spoke with Michael Resch, director of the Center, about current and future trends in HPC.