Agilent to resell HPC solutions

Agilent has entered a partnership to distribute high-performance computing solutions from Acceleware. The products, which include multi-processor boards and clusters, will be coupled with Agilent’s Antenna Modeling Design System (AMDS) to serve as a desktop supercomputer.

Agilent’s AMDS system models the interactions of mobile devices with their surroundings, to determine its performance in different situations. The combined product could be used by engineers to reduce the length of simulations from 10 hours to 20 minutes.

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