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OnScale is the first Cloud Engineering Simulation platform. OnScale combines powerful multiphysics solver technology with the limitless compute power of cloud supercomputers. With OnScale, engineers can run massive numbers of full 3D multiphysics simulations in parallel to create true Digital Prototypes – digital representations of physical high-tech devices that capture the complete behavior of a device over its operating envelope. By shifting expensive and time-consuming physical prototyping to digital prototyping, OnScale massively reduces cost, risk and time-to-market for R&D firms pushing the boundaries of new technology.

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Solver made for advanced fluid dynamics simulations.

OnScale and LEXMA leverage scalable cloud simulation and AI to create digital twins of the lungs of COVID-19 patients to optimize use of limited ventilator and respiratory equipment and yield better patient outcomes.

Design tool vendors ease licensing restrictions and aim for scalability to meet surge in demand from work-at-home engineers.

Cloud simulation provider offers free cloud core-hours to customers grappling with office shutdowns.

The world is moving to Cloud based solutions for everything, and OnScale is at the forefront of this movement for Multiphysics simulations.

OnScale provides flexibility to engineers by delivering scalable cloud simulation capability to any engineer, anywhere, anytime on any device.

By combining powerful multiphysics solver technology with the limitless compute power of cloud supercomputers, engineers can create true Digital Prototypes.

The integrated workflow allows MEMS engineers to accelerate product development and shift cost away from physical prototyping processes to digital prototyping, companies say.

New OnScale white paper outlines efficient simulation-drive design of RF MEMS filters for emerging 5G applications.

Migrating to the cloud can enable engineers and scientists to remove engineering bottlenecks and quicken optimization cycles, providing design simulation results nearly instantly.

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