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Optimizing Remote Access to Simulation
Posted Mon May 14, 2012 @01:08PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Optimizing Remote Access to Simulation on Tuesday May 15th, 2012 at 9 A.M. EDT.

Centralized deployment of the IT infrastructure used for simulation has many potential benefits, including the ability to scale up high-performance computing resources, centrally manage the IP associated with simulation data and increase operational efficiency.

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This webinar will explore the solution architecture for collaboration hubs consisting of centrally deployed computational power and data storage, and effective remote/mobile access.

Moving beyond simple "remote batch" job submission, we’ll examine an optimized IT environment in which globally distributed or mobile end users can work interactively and perform visualization on a centralized infrastructure,to avoid the network bottlenecks and data integrity issues associated with moving files between local user machines and central/cloud resources.

Join us for this free one-hour webinar and see how our users are benefiting from the insight that computer simulation offers.

Barbara Hutchings, Director of Strategic Partnerships, ANSYS, Inc.
Barbara Hutchings manages strategic alliances at ANSYS, Inc. and has been involved in the Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software business for nearly 30 years. With direct experience in the application of CAE technology to engineering product development, Barbara also leads high-performance computing strategy at ANSYS, with the goal of helping customers get maximum benefit from their CAE investment.

Andrea Rodolico, CTO, NICE
Andrea Rodolico has a life-long passion for ICT and innovation, and started his career in 1993 as a consultant and architect in Internet technologies, leading a non-profit organization for IT development. In 1996 he co-founded NICE and, since then, has led the technology strategies of the company, evolving our Grid, Cloud and Visualization products and solutions to meet the most challenging needs of many Fortune 2000 companies, including Oil & Gas, Aerospace, Automotive, Life Sciences and Research customers worldwide

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