New Ansys platform enables simulation on the cloud

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Companies can now deploy consistent enterprise-specific simulation workflows and data to more engineers, regardless of geographic location or business unit with Ansys 16.1 and Ansys Enterprise Cloud.

The new solution, running on Amazon Web Services, simplifies and accelerates the transition to cloud-based simulation by providing a reference architecture for end-to-end simulation that can be deployed within days – minimizing risk while boosting productivity. Customers who adopt the Ansys Enterprise Cloud can scale their simulation capacity – including infrastructure and software assets – on demand, in response to changing business requirements, optimizing efficiency and cost while responding to the growing demand for wider use of the technology.

The system has been carefully architected to remove previous barriers to adoption of cloud computing for engineering simulation. Delivered in a single-tenant environment that secures customer data, the solution supports 3D interactive graphics workloads and auto-scaling high-performance computing, so results don’t need to move between end users and the cloud datacenter.

With the Ansys Enterprise Cloud, more engineers can access the software and hardware tools they need, enabling broader adoption of simulation technologies and helping organizations stay competitive while focusing on their core competencies.

May 20, 2015

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