TotalCAE Enabled JSP to Focus on Engineering and not IT Complexity

JSP invented ARPRO Expanded Polypropylene (EPP) plastics and leads in its production. Needing more performance for its computer-aided engineering (CAE) analysis, JSP chose a TotalCAE appliance built on Intel Xeon Gold 6238 processors. JSP says the appliance improves Ansys LS-DYNA performance by up to 35 percent compared to its previous system, which used dual Intel Xeon processors E5-2697 v3. The appliance helps JSP keep pace with its growing CAE requirements while saving time and accelerating time-to-insights for the company’s CAE team.

JSP chose a managed HPC cluster appliance from TotalCAE—a turnkey solution that resides in JSP’s Michigan data center and is managed remotely by TotalCAE.

Intel technology and a managed HPC appliance from TotalCAE helped JSP speed performance and simplify its engineering simulation environment

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