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A New Approach to


Compute-intensive Engineering CAE Appliance Overview and Case Study


High-performance computing (HPC) is one of the most important technologies driving advances in computer-aided engineering (CAE). Yet HPC adoption within CAE has been hampered since procuring, managing and maintaining HPC clusters can be a complex and challenging process. Traditionally, it has been difficult for engineering organizations to choose and deploy the right HPC systems, and on-boarding new applications has required a high level of time and effort.


Now, with pre-configured hardware/software solutions designed specifically for CAE engineers, companies can implement and use HPC resources in just hours – for improved application performance, greater user productivity, and reduced time to product delivery.


In this webinar, Intel and Altair will cover the specific ways in which HPC computing can deliver value to engineering organizations, and will describe Altair’s turnkey appliance solution that makes it easier and more affordable for engineering organizations to adopt HPC systems. Altair will also present a case study from one of its CAE appliance users.


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What does the year ahead hold for the HPC market? Industry experts share their predictions


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