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Webinar If we were ever living in an age of acceleration, it’s probably now.

Organizations looking to innovate face increasing pressure to improve time-to-results levels. And in fields such as engineering simulation, digital twins and AI/ML applications, it is business-critical to keep ahead of the competition.

Technical computing platforms which use High Performance Compute (HPC) clusters to increase the speed of the design process can be vital in gaining a competitive edge here, while Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA) simulations have an equally important role to play.

Many developers now rely on open source software to build those simulations, and Cornelis Networks has released an enhanced version of its high performance Omni-Path interconnect – Cornelis Omni-Path Express – to help. Combine that with OpenRadioss – the open source version of Altair’s finite element analysis dynamic simulation code, Altair Radioss – and stick them on Cornelis Networks’ Omni-Path Express accelerated host fabric adapters, edge/director class switches and gateways and you have a powerful HPC platform for data intensive projects in academic, commercial, government and scientific sectors.

You can learn more by joining the Register’s James Hayes on 18 October 4.30pm BST/11.30am EDT/8.30am PDT as he talks with Matt Jacobs, CCO at Cornelis Networks, and Eric Lequiniou, SVP of Development at Altair.

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Sponsored by Cornelis Networks/Altair.



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