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It doesn’t matter if you’re talking about a state-of-the-art jetliner or a common piece of industrial machinery: Companies of all sizes across most industries are making more widespread use of advanced simulation far earlier in the design process.

Yet simulation studies are only as robust as the hardware on which they are deployed.

The advent of less expensive, easy to deploy and manage high performance computing (HPC) clusters paired with realistic simulation software has the potential to rewrite the rules. Read this Desktop Engineering whitepaper to learn the advantages of migrating your workstation or server environment to the latest HPC cluster technology optimized for engineering analysis.

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