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CD-adapco Triples HPC Power
Posted Sun August 05, 2012 @09:04AM
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News CD-adapco has enhanced its high performance computing (HPC) environment using Dell blade server and networking systems.

The cluster now allows CD-adapco's 350 engineers to run multiple computational fluid dynamics (CFD) applications simultaneously, allowing for a three-fold increase in the number of jobs they can process at any given time, or allowing single jobs to be run at a much higher speed.


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The tripling of processing power improves turnaround times for customers and reduces costs, said CD-adapco. "We have invested heavily in clusters to provide this compute power. The blade systems from Dell mean we can have a model that scales from small to large offices and then grows as we need it to," said Philip Morris Jones, director at CD-adapco.

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