Study on HPC and Cloud Computing for Engineering Simulation

This new research report explores how companies are using HPC and simulation on the cloud.

In engineering applications, cloud computing can provide the on-demand compute power needed to run increasingly more complex simulations on a more frequent basis throughout the design cycle. Simulation plays an increasingly important role in the development of disruptive new technologies and systems such as autonomous vehicles, digital manufacturing, next-generation aircraft, and more. Rapid, high-fidelity simulation and analysis are a key part of designing and testing these systems.

Peerless Research Group conducted a cloud-enabled simulation study in March of 2023 on behalf of Digital Engineering for ANSYS, Inc. and Amazon Web Services (AWS), a leading global provider of engineering simulation software solutions. The purpose of this research is to better understand the obstacles, drivers and best practices when beginning or expanding the use of HPC and cloud-enabled engineering simulation. 

Download this research report to learn how companies are using HPC and simulation on the cloud, meeting its challenges and justifying its benefits to company decision makers in order to realize its potential.

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