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COVID-19

Remote Work is Here to Stay
Companies eye virtual workstation capabilities to support remote teams with real-time performance for graphics-intensive engineering applications.
A Look Ahead
DE readers provide an update on their use of engineering technologies.
A Year Like No Other
Though the uncertainty that arrived with COVID-19 early in 2020 does not appear to be dissipating; even so, the engineering technology sector has continued to innovate and generally thrive.
AMUG Conference Heads South for the Spring
Additive Manufacturing Users Group (AMG) conference will move to Orlando in May.
A Glimpse of the Generative Design Market
Analysts speculate market impacts of COVID-19, and find ways to evaluate software efficiency.
GPUs Are Workstation Essentials
Graphics, AI and parallel processing tasks have made GPUs a key enabler of engineering productivity.
CFD on the Menu for Cafeteria Re-opening Plan
Working with Dassault, GEA leverages simulation and digital twin technology to understand aerosol spread as it works to safely re-open its employee cafeteria.
MxD Awarded $15 Million to Boost U.S. Manufacturing’s COVID Response
CARES Act Funding will support supply chain resiliency, medical device deployment and pharmaceutical industry production.
AM’s Role in Future-Proofing the Supply Chain
A virtual panel wades in on how AM can help manufacturers add business resiliency to their supply chains while delivering competitive advantage.
Virtual Desktop Infrastructure Market Projected to Reach $30 Billion by 2026
As businesses worldwide attempt to become more agile, global, virtual and secure, virtual desktop infrastructure has been gaining traction across several industry segments in recent years.
Automotive Acoustic Engineering Services Market Worth $4.80 Billion by 2027
Government regulations regarding noise pollution and customer preference for enhanced cabin comfort and luxury features drive growth of global automotive acoustic engineering services market.
Penguin Computing Adds Contributions to AMD COVID-19 HPC Fund
Delivers HPC capabilities to researchers via the cloud and at 21 institutions across the U.S. and Europe.
AMD COVID-19 HPC Fund Adds 18 Institutions and Five Petaflops of Processing Power
AMD EPYC CPUs and Radeon Instinct GPUs to power COVID-19-related research at Stanford School of Medicine, the University of Texas at Austin, UCLA, University of Toronto and other institutions globally.
Majority of Engineering Teams May Continue Remote Work
66% of engineering firms indicate remote work will continue even after pandemic subsides.
Manufacturing USA Institute Calls for a National Manufacturing Guard
Two online events scheduled to address national manufacturing ecosystem.



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