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Engineering Simulation on the Cloud
Posted Thu April 26, 2018 @12:12PM
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Announcements ANSYS will host Engineering Simulation on the Cloud on May 9th in Dallas, Texas.

Join ANSYS, Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Rescale for a half-day seminar to learn how engineering simulation on the cloud gives you flexible access to ANSYS software and "virtually unlimited" high-performance computing (HPC) resources.

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As digitalization moves from an innovative trend to a core competency, enterprises are increasingly adopting a cloud platform throughout all aspects of their businesses, including their engineering and R&D departments. To meet this growing need, ANSYS partners with the market-leading HPC cloud services and SaaS platform providers AWS and Rescale to enable seamless, secure and affordable access to ANSYS software on AWS infrastructure that scales on demand.

This seminar is designed to give ANSYS users and engineering and IT managers an overview of how ANSYS on the cloud offers a turnkey engineering simulation environment that can be deployed in minutes. You will learn how it enables engineering teams to perform a greater number of bigger, more complex simulations faster. You can perform full end-to-end simulation workflows on the cloud, including remote graphics, remote session management and data storage for your short-term burst capacity needs. You can also deploy ANSYS on the cloud across your enterprise as an extension of your in-house compute infrastructure, eliminating the costs of installing and maintaining additional on-premise computer servers.

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