High performance computing (HPC) adds to CAE distinctive value, accelerating applications and allowing larger models with higher fidelity. This means better results faster, improving the overall engineering process while reducing cost and time to market.
The growth of the HPC footprint in engineering simulation has determined the development of new applications, software modules and license models, which aim to optimally leverage the new possibilities offered by HPC systems.
At the same time, far from being a static industry, HPC is proposing new architectures and paradigms that can bring additional breakthroughs to the CAE world. This new evolutions promise more performance with less energy consumed and more computational density.