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TotalSim Announce Latest Hardware Offering
Posted Thu December 26, 2013 @11:42AM
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Hardware TotalSim have announced their latest CFD hardware offering. An efficient and scalable solution that wont break the bank.

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TotalSim have developed a custom CFD hardware solution through their consultancy business and are offering that solution to other CFD users. TotalSim are constantly revising their CFD recipe to ensure that the solution is cost effective, efficient and fast. The latest generation is no exception.

The latest recipe is rack mounted, which means it is easily scalable from 6 to 192 nodes or more.

Like everything at TotalSim our hardware philosophy is Open. We will create you a cluster to meet your needs. We will use our knowledge of CFD and CFD hardware to make sure you only pay for what you need and nothing more.

Our pricing strategy is unique. We charge for the components with a handling fee of 5% and assembly time at 95/hour. All of our IP that has gone into designing and testing the cluster is completely free.

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