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Simulation-as-a-Service On-Ramp

Stream lines passing over the rear wing of a dirt track vehicle. Images courtesy of TotalSim.

Read more on how network infrastructure affects small- and mid-size business access to cloud-based simulation and what is known as simulation-as-a-service.

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Benchmark an ANSYS Model for Free

ANSYS, some of its HPC solution partners and Intel have teamed up to enable you to have one of your ANSYS models benchmarked for free, providing you the ability to determine whether a cloud-based or in-house HPC solution can improve your productivity. Image courtesy of ANSYS Inc.

Forget about wondering if your simulations will perform better on an HPC system than on your workstation. Now you can know for sure.

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HP Unveils Detachable Workstation

HP ZBook x2 PC, a detachable workstation, allows designers to maximize capabilities of Adobe Creative Cloud and other professional applications, company reports.

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Webinar: HP’s Multi Jet Fusion, Reinventing 3D Printing, Oct. 25, 2017

Though a household name in computing systems and printers, HP is a relative newcomer to the 3D printing segment. What can its Multi Jet Fusion (MJF) technology do that others can't? It brings disruptive technology, according to HP's David Tucker, himself a product designer. In this Oct. 25 presentation, Tucker discusses the type of projects where MJF offers superior results; ways to prep the CAD model to take advantage of MJF; and methods to optimize print layer and density.

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