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TotalCAE Company Profile

Managed HPC Clusters and Cloud for Engineers – HPC Everywhere

47103 Five Mile Road
Plymouth, Michigan, 48170
United States of America

TotalCAE eliminates IT headaches by professionally managing your high performance computing (HPC) engineering environment  and  engineering applications  so you can focus on engineering, and not IT.  With TotalCAE you can submit your simulation for analysis in just a few clicks, and get results back up to 80% faster with TotalCAE managed clusters and TotalCAE on-demand cloud.   

The entire solution is fully managed remotely by TotalCAE, alleviating any need to worry about how to maintain, manage, and update your HPC simulation environment. TotalCAE helps clients meet their simulation deadlines with no-wait phone support,  and 1-hour response email support.

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TotalCAE Enables ARA to Realize HPC’s Full Potential
Applied Research Associates (ARA) reduced IT support costs and increased solver speeds by 20% with a TotalCAE Managed HPC Appliance from TotalCAE.
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