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Productivity Study: Abaqus

Engineering teams can potentially increase simulation productivity ten-fold using a current workstation equipped with a powerful graphics processing unit, compared to an older workstation.

As the availability of affordable computing power increases and simulation software is optimized to take advantage of those hardware improvements, more design engineering teams are able to realize the incredible benefits of a simulation-led workflow. We put this notion to the test by benchmarking modern Abaqus software on a three-year old Dell workstation and comparing it to the same software running on its comparable present-day counterpart. We discovered that updating the computer enabled completion of the same simulations from 40% to up to 90% faster.

Download the new “Productivity Study: Abaqus” report to see how investing in modern hardware with a faster GPU can improve your workflow.

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