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High-Performance Computing Advances in ANSYS 13.0
Posted Wed February 02, 2011 @02:17PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host High-Performance Computing Advances in ANSYS 13.0 on Tuesday, February 8th and again on Thursday, February 10th.

Join this webcast and learn how your most challenging simulations can be addressed via ANSYS HPC.

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ANSYS has focused for many years on high-performance computing (HPC) by performing extensive work on solver algorithms, parallel software development and software tuning. ANSYS 13.0 continues this tradition by including significant advances that enable you to solve bigger, more accurate, higher fidelity simulations-faster.

This webcast will showcase extended parallel scaling and new support for GPU acceleration in ANSYS Mechanical 13.0. We'll also report on scaling milestones achieved via new hybrid parallel algorithms and other enhancements in ANSYS FLUENT 13.0.

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