Digital Engineering, March 2020

Our March coverage of high-performance computing technology, and more.

Inside This Issue

Large-Scale Models Take a Bite Out of Engineering Productivity

Hardware vendors and design tool makers are stepping up with solutions aimed at optimizing workstation performance when dealing with large-scale modeling.

The Expanding Role of GPUs in Simulation

Legacy code is slower to move to the GPU; a hybrid strategy is recommended.

HPC Transforms 3D Printing

Design for additive manufacturing is pushing more companies to tap into cloud and high-performance computing resources.

Making Digital Thread Work for You

Digital thread initiatives may require a mix of on-premise and cloud-based compute resources.

Security in the Era of Cloud

Stolen credentials are a greater threat than stolen laptops.

The Forbidden Simulation Riff

Discover how bad simulation “riffs” can ultimately lead you down a slippery slope of bad modeling.

Lenovo ThinkPad P53: Power-Packed ThinkPad

Lenovo delivers the fastest 15-in. laptop we have ever tested.

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Latest News

Academia Pitches in to Make PPE
Schools and universities with production capacity begin making face shields.

Editor’s Picks: April 2-8, 2020
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

3D printers rally to make PPE, simulation examines social distancing
Professional and hobbyist 3D printers join the race to make PPE, simulation reveals social distancing's effectiveness

Manufacturers Re-Tool to Address Pandemic
Companies across the country are shifting production capacity to help address medical equipment shortages.

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