UberCloud is the online Community, Marketplace, and Container Factory where engineers, scientists, and their service providers, discover, try, and buy ubiquitous Computing Power and Software as a Service, from Cloud Resource and Software Providers around the world. Engineers and scientists can explore, discuss, and use this computing power on demand to solve their demanding design and development problems. Unique UberCloud software container technology (based on Docker) simplifies software packageability and portability, enables ease of access and instant use of engineering SaaS solutions, and maintains scalability across multiple compute nodes. UberCloud software container technology removes most of the challenges and roadblock in engineering and scientific cloud computing, making these much improved SaaS solutions a seamless extension of engineers’ in-house desktop computer. UberCloud’s application containers are fully portable, accessible, and usable on workstations, and servers, and any cloud.
Simulation is being used for lawsuits in court, treating schizophrenia, use in middle school education and in deep learning.
Awards recognized UberCloud's work in the fields of moisture transfer simulation and electrostimulation of the brain in schizophrenia.
Combining UberCloud with Fluent and DesignXplorer streamlines the process of characterizing a bioreactor, which is at the heart of every pharmaceutical manufacturing process.
Today, major cloud hurdles are well understood and mostly have been resolved, and access and use of cloud resources became as easy as in-house desktop systems.
Overcome the complexity, compute challenges and cost that limit the use of simulation software in product design and development.
The vision of the ASSESS Initiative is to bring together key players, users and developers of simulation software, to guide and influence software tool strategies for performing model-based analysis, simulation and systems engineering.
The four-day seminar will discuss engineering applications for HPC.
Passing CAE into the hands of every engineer, in containers.
The company's entire software suite is now available on the cloud.
Targeted cloud technology and parallel computing alleviate Chiyoda’s taxed IT infrastructure for simulation.