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Manufacturing & Virtual Product Development

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A commercially supported solution that delivers efficient and optimized remote access to graphic-intensive, off-the-shelf 3D applications.

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Called the "Third Industrial Revolution" by The Economist*, the digitization of manufacturing and the usage of HPC is revolutionizing how products are designed, tested and built. Modeling and simulation drives down costs and reduces inefficiencies, to make manufacturers much more competitive.

SGI delivers a unified compute and storage solution to our manufacturing customers that reduces overall system management requirements and costs as well as simplifies data management and archival needs. With expertise in all the major Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) applications including ANSYS®'s Fluent, Mechanical and HFSS; MSC Software's Nastran; CD-adapco's STAR-CCM+®; LSTC's LS-DYNA®; OpenFOAM® and SIMULIA's Abaqus FEA®, SGI has delivered innovative CAE solutions to companies such as 3M, Škoda Auto, SL-Rasch and many others.

With our flexible x86-based server portfolio, customers can scale effortlessly to meet their compute and I/O requirements as they evolve. The SGI® UV™ solutions provide the only single node, cache-coherent shared memory platform that can start small, and grow seamlessly as your needs increase. Built with Intel® Xeon® processors E5 family, SGI UV 2000 is capable of consolidating the entire CAE workflow onto a single platform. SGI® ICE™ and SGI® Rackable® servers provide best of breed cluster computing. And finally, SGI® InfiniteStorage™ provides the ability to store and access the vast amount of engineering data created by these CAE bandwidth-intensive applications.


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* The Economist - http://www.economist.com/node/21553017