Colfax International has introduced the latest generation of ClusterEdge, its ready-to-go high-performance computing (HPC) cluster, which is based on the Intel Xeon processor E5 product family and certified Intel Cluster Ready. Designed in partnership with Intel and Altair Engineering, the Colfax HPC Clusters are delivered ready to run Altair’s HyperWorks solver applications, RADIOSS, OptiStruct and AcuSolve, as well as PBS Professional. Preconfigured with Altair’s workload management and computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulation platform, these cluster solutions enable users to immediately load designs.
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