FluiDyna Achieves Elite Solution Provider Status for Accelerated Computing with NVIDIA
Alex Smith posted on April 26, 2016 |

FluiDyna, a provider of both Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and High Performance Computing (HPC) capabilities, has been awarded the status of Elite Solution Provider in Accelerated Computing in the NVIDIA Partner Network Program. The CFD software also recently joined the Altair Partner Alliance (APA).

Simulation of air flow around a vehicle using aeroFluidX (image courtesy of FluiDyna)
Simulation of air flow around a vehicle using aeroFluidX (image courtesy of FluiDyna)

This sounds very impressive, but what does it mean for engineers?

Having achieved this status, FluiDyna will now have direct and unparalleled access to NVIDIA, a leading provider of visual computing and graphics processing units (GPUs).

With this new connection to NVIDIA, FluiDyna can expect early access to new GPU developments, improved technical support for their customers and better performance at lower costs to engineers. FluiDyna market themselves as specialists in GPU-based High Performance Computing and this recognition confirms their commitment to that statement.

CFD users working with FluiDyna can expect improved performance and reduced computational time for their simulations thanks to NVIDIA GPU accelerators . In a world where modelling requirements are growing bigger by the day and turnaround times are increasingly demanding, even a slight performance advantage can make all the difference.

How GPU acceleration can improve a FluiDyna aeroFluidX simulation versus OpenFoam and Culises library (image courtesy of FluiDyna)

How GPU acceleration can improve a FluiDyna aeroFluidX simulation versus OpenFoam and Culises library (image courtesy of FluiDyna)


Dr. Thomas Indinger, CEO of FluiDyna, stated that, “We are very proud about the Elite Solution Provider status. Due to the close relationship with NVIDIA, we are able to provide our customers excellent conditions, including extended support services as well as profound information for NVIDIA products. Moreover, we can inform our clients very early about new NVIDIA products and technologies.”

Dr. Pietro Cervellera, managing director of Altair Germany, said “This recognition by NVIDIA proves that Altair has invested in the right company. We congratulate FluidDyna for achieving the Elite Solution Provider Status in the NVIDIA Partner Network program. This will help customers to increase their work speed, reduce their overall costs and receive first hand access to NVIDIA’s latest technologies.”

FluiDyna is one of the first CFD providers in Europe to achieve this status and one of only a handful of companies worldwide to reach this level within the NVIDIA network.

For more on how to speed up your FluiDyna simulations, read how Altair Invested in their GPU-Optimized CFD Simulation Solver.

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