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CFX-5 Being Ported to HP Itanium
Posted Tue December 04, 2001 @11:13AM
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ANSYS CFX AEA Technology has announced that they will be porting their CFX-5 CFD software to HP's Intel Itanium platform. The work will be done for the HP-UXi 64-bit operating system.
“CFX sees great performance potential for this technology. HP is a leader in developing IA-64 with Intel and we expect that their support of HP-UX11i on their new Itanium platforms will give CFX customers a stable and very fast simulation platform for running CFX-5. In keeping with the advanced CFD technology employed in CFX-5, CFX wants to ensure that our customers can make use of this promising new computer architecture as soon as possible” commented Dr. Michael Raw, Vice President CFX Product Development.
The Intel Itanium processor is designed to scale to 512 processors and features 64-bit memory addressing which will enable engineers to tackle much large problems than possible on 32-bit machines.

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