Ansys Infographic: Sustainable Simulation

AMD EPYC™7003 series processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology boost Ansys simulation performance while cutting energy consumption in half.

As engineering models grow in size, and simulation and analysis tasks grow more complex, design engineers increasingly rely on high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure to handle their simulation workloads. However, not all HPC resources are alike. It is critically important to match the right HPC architecture with specific software workloads to ensure optimum performance and efficiency.

That is why the partnership between AMD and Ansys has proven so valuable – the enhanced CPU architectures offered by AMD in its latest 3rd-generation EPYC 7003 family of processors with AMD 3D V-Cache technology can improve simulation throughput performance by as much as 80% for several key CAE workloads. This not only provides a significant boost for engineering productivity, but can also cut energy costs and reduce an organization's carbon footprint.

You can learn more about how AMD 3D V-Cache technology boosts the performance of Ansys simulation solutions by downloading this infographic.

Download Ansys Infographic: Sustainable Simulation

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