August 26, 2008
By DE Editors
ANSYS, Inc. (Southpointe, PA) will highlight preliminary performance data for its software running on Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 during the 2008 International ANSYS Conference being held in Pittsburgh, PA.
The company says preliminary data shows substantial performance gains when running software from ANSYS on the new Windows OS.
Performance data will be presented at the ANSYS booth in the conference exhibition hall at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, August 26.
“ANSYS invests significant resources in optimization of our software for high-performance computing (HPC), and we have achieved some impressive performance gains on the latest solution from Microsoft,” said Chris Reid, vice president, marketing at ANSYS.
Windows HPC Server 2008 combines the power of a Windows 64-bit server platform with out-of-the-box functionality to improve productivity and reduce complexity of users’ HPC environment. It provides a comprehensive set of deployment, administration and monitoring tools that are easy to deploy, manage and integrate with existing infrastructure. ANSYS plans full support for Windows HPC Server 2008 in upcoming software releases.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.