Cloud simulation platform

  • 18-Feb-2013 03:39 EST
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Suitable for automotive applications including engine performance and durability, NVH, and crash safety analysis, Rescale’s cloud simulation platform is fully secure. It permits customers to run large-scale designs of experiment and multidisciplinary optimizations for computationally intense problems. Rescale’s technology ensures that all customer data is end-to-end encrypted. Offered is full control of all simulation data at every point in the process, and confidential, proprietary, and ITAR‐restricted data is handled by Rescale. With its flexible platform, users can leverage simulation tools that they already know, including third-party commercial software, open-source codes, and proprietary codes. Users can also upload their own codes and scripts. Rescale’s scalable platform allows users to run as many simulations as they need without waiting in line for HPC capacity. According to Rescale, the platform enables simulations to scale effortlessly as well; it can handle a cluster of more than 10,000 simultaneous simulations. Users can select from a variety of HPC cluster configurations to maximize simulation speed.

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