Live Webinar - The Best Hardware for Fastest Simulation - Jun 9, 2PM ET
The need for speed for an engineer doing simulation is never ending. To ask, “what hardware is best for simulation?” is met with “how much can you spend?” Spend more money and buy a more powerful workstation.

But the modern engineers are finding another solution, one that involves renting rather than buying. Massive arrays of computing power, millions of dollars’ worth of high-performance hardware, is available by the hour. If your monthly bill gets too high, you may be able to justify your personal, mini cluster of high-performance computing (HPC).

In this webinar, we reveal our research on all the fast hardware options. You will also hear from a leading authority on HPC from the simulation software industry on what works best for their software.

Tune in and you will find:

  • Am I wasting my time defeaturing?
  • What should I look for in a fast workstation?
  • What is a HPC cluster appliance and do I need it?
  • For whom does HPC make sense?
  • How to justify HPC use or purchase?

About the Speakers:
Roopinder Tara is Director of Content for engineering.com. He has been about design and simulation his entire professional life as an engineer, CAD manager, professor, and publisher. He has written numerous articles. He has a bachelors in mechanical engineering (Drexel University), a masters in engineering science (Penn State) and has been a certified professional engineer. He can be reached via email at rtara@engineering.com.

Wim Slagter is Director for High Performance Computing (HPC) and Cloud Alliances at Ansys. He is also responsible for design and execution of the global HPC and cloud partner program within Corporate Development and Partnerships at Ansys. Prior, he was the Lead Product Manager of HPC, Corporate Product Manager for CFD products, business manager for explicit dynamics and offshore. Before Ansys, Wim managed software development, consulting, and sales at MSC Software. Wim has a Ph.D. degree in aerospace engineering from the Technical University of Delft in the Netherlands.

PDH Certificates will be provided to all registrants who attend the full live webinar. Certificates will be sent by email within 48 hours after completion.

To sign up, please complete the form on this page. Your attendance at this webinar is sponsored by Ansys.

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