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CD adapco Releases Solver Support for HP Itanium Workstation
Posted Fri September 14, 2001 @09:35AM
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CD-adapco The CD adapco Group has released a version of their STAR-CD software which natively supports HP Intel Itanium-based platforms.
With the performance growth path IA-64 promises over current RISC and IA32 technologies, our customers have the potential to run far more complex simulations than ever imagined.
While the STAR-CD release supports HP-UXi only, HP Itanium-based workstartions are available running HP-UXi, Windows XP, and Linux.

The Itanium processor was co-designed by HP and Intel to excel at technical computing. Important features of the Itanium are EPIC (Explicitly Parallel Instruction Computing) which allows instructions to run in parallel within the processor and 64-bit computing which allows for faster execution of 8 byte (double precision) floating-point calculations and increases memory address space dramatically (HP supports up to 64MB of RAM currently).


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