Digital Engineering, March 2020

Our March coverage of high-performance computing technology, and more.

Inside This Issue

Large-Scale Models Take a Bite Out of Engineering Productivity

Hardware vendors and design tool makers are stepping up with solutions aimed at optimizing workstation performance when dealing with large-scale modeling.

The Expanding Role of GPUs in Simulation

Legacy code is slower to move to the GPU; a hybrid strategy is recommended.

HPC Transforms 3D Printing

Design for additive manufacturing is pushing more companies to tap into cloud and high-performance computing resources.

Making Digital Thread Work for You

Digital thread initiatives may require a mix of on-premise and cloud-based compute resources.

Security in the Era of Cloud

Stolen credentials are a greater threat than stolen laptops.

The Forbidden Simulation Riff

Discover how bad simulation “riffs” can ultimately lead you down a slippery slope of bad modeling.

Lenovo ThinkPad P53: Power-Packed ThinkPad

Lenovo delivers the fastest 15-in. laptop we have ever tested.

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Latest News

Can Generative Design Go Mainstream?
Software vendors have made big investments, but there are barriers to practical adoption.

Work-From-Home Workstations
Configuring the right workstation when engineering leaves the building.

Editor’s Picks: Sept. 10-16, 2020
One of the picks will be chosen as DE’s Editor’s Pick of the Week.

FREE WEBINAR: From Prototypes to Mass Production - Micro Manufacturing Reinvented
A method called Projection Micro Stereolithography (PµSL) is emerging as a new technology to produce parts at a length...

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