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Fast Borehole Acoustic Simulations
This webinar will cover an introduction to OnScale for borehole acoustic simulation, as well as Live demo of running open hole sonic simulations in parallel on the cloud.
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Using Synthetic Datasets to Train Embedded AI
This study demonstrates training and validating embedded AI algorithms using synthetic datasets derived from large numbers of parametric cloud simulations.
OnScale Responds to COVID-19 With Rx for Engineering Productivity
Cloud simulation provider offers free cloud core-hours to customers grappling with office shutdowns.
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High Performance Computing (HPC) vs OnScale
The world is moving to Cloud based solutions for everything, and OnScale is at the forefront of this movement for Multiphysics simulations.
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Simulation of Ultrasonic Non-Destructive Testing of Composite Materials
This white paper provides an overview of how different NDT techniques can be modeled and simulated, highlighting the need for modern CAE tools that enable an efficient exploration of all variables involved.
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Simulation-Driven Optimization of 5G RF MEMS Filters
The move from 4G to 5G represents an orders of magnitude increases in data rates at frequency bands beyond 3 GHz, as smartphone manufacturers are already being challenged with multiple radios operating in frequency bands close to each other.
OnScale Enhances CAE Licensing with a Pay-as-you-Simulate SaaS
OnScale provides flexibility to engineers by delivering scalable cloud simulation capability to any engineer, anywhere, anytime on any device.
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Cloud Engineering Simulation: A Game Changer for Design Engineers
By combining powerful multiphysics solver technology with the limitless compute power of cloud supercomputers, engineers can create true Digital Prototypes.
OnScale and SoftMEMS Collaborate with Mentor to Announce a New Workflow for MEMS Digital Prototyping
The integrated workflow allows MEMS engineers to accelerate product development and shift cost away from physical prototyping processes to digital prototyping, companies say.
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Preparing for 5G RF Filter Design with Cloud Engineering Simulation
New OnScale white paper outlines efficient simulation-drive design of RF MEMS filters for emerging 5G applications.
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Solving The Toughest Engineering Challenges With HPC
Migrating to the cloud can enable engineers and scientists to remove engineering bottlenecks and quicken optimization cycles, providing design simulation results nearly instantly.
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Taking a Cloud-Based Approach to Computer-Aided Engineering
In this Q&A, Dr. Masha Petrova, VP of marketing at OnScale, talks about her company’s cloud-based methodology for solving problems, the 5G arena, and more.
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How OnScale is Building the Future of Engineering
Exactly how does OnScale provide engineers with the capability to innovate much quicker? How are we helping customers bring new technologies such as 5G, IoT, sensors, biomedical devices and autonomous vehicles to market faster than ever before?
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Driving 5G Innovation
We all want 5G smartphones that can live stream high-definition selfies, 5G augmented reality gear or 5G drones that can broadcast 4K video from anywhere on the planet.
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Hitting at the Hidden (and Not So Hidden) Costs of CAE
Today’s engineers use Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software to solve a range of engineering problems associated with the mass production of products.



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