April 4, 2018
OnScale announces the general availability of its flagship Solver-as-a-Service Platform, OnScale Cloud. This announcement follows the company’s exit from stealth and $3M Seed raise in March and successful beta trials with Fortune 100 engineering firms and startups.
OnScale Cloud directly addresses skyrocketing demand for advanced computer-aided engineering (CAE) and Cloud high-performance computing (HPC) resources to solve next-generation engineering challenges in 5G RF, internet of things (IoT)/industrial internet of things (IIoT) sensors, biomedical and smart car industries.
OnScale’s Solver-as-a-Service platform is now generally available and combines advanced CAE multiphysics solvers with a scalable Cloud HPC platform. OnScale gives computational power, agility and scalability through a novel Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) pay-as-you-go subscription model.
OnScale only charges engineers for actual solver time, measured in core-hours. Engineers can use as many HPC instances as they like to solve massive optimization studies in parallel.
OnScale Cloud is offered in three monthly subscriptions, all with a bundle of core-hours included, for discounted, on-demand pricing:
- Free: Any engineer can begin using OnScale for free and receive 10 core-hours, per month without commitment. Ten core-hours is sufficient to perform many simulations of simple devices. Additional on-demand core-hours can be purchased with a credit card for $10 per core-hour.
- Professional: The Professional OnScale Cloud subscription is $300 per month and includes 50 core-hours, which opens up simulation of more complicated designs and parametric design studies. Additional on-demand core-hours can be purchased for $9 per core-hour at the Professional subscription level.
- Team: The Team OnScale Cloud subscription is $1,000 per month and includes 200 core-hours, enough for a small engineering team to optimize next-generation devices. Additional on-demand core-hours can be purchased for $7 per core-hour at the Team subscription level.
For more info, visit OnScale.
Sources: Press materials received from the company.
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