TROY — The Troy engineering software and services firm Altair has announced the launch of HyperWorks Unlimited – Virtual for Amazon Web Services.
The new service integrates unlimited use of the HyperWorks computer-aided engineering suite with PBS Professional, a high-performance computing workload manager, and application-aware portals for HPC access and remote visualization of big data. It enables organizations to manage the entire simulation lifecycle on the cloud.
The company will be showcasing the technology in the Intel booth during the re:Invent global Amazon Web Services user conference Nov. 11-14 in Las Vegas.
HWUL-V will be offered in all AWS regions globally, including the United States, Europe, Brazil, Japan, Singapore, and Australia, with customers gaining seamless access to HPC-driven CAE regardless of location.
“Leveraging HPC for CAE has historically been restricted to those with significant resources and access to expensive hardware,” said Sam Mahalingam, Chief Technical Officer of Altair. “HyperWorks Unlimited – Virtual eliminates the need to build and support information technology infrastructure to support HPC. This solution provides access to a wealth of highly accurate solvers that enable engineers to simulate a broad range of physics, along with a world-class workload manager, remote data visualization, and data management, making infinite design exploration affordable, simple, and convenient.”
Privately held with more than 2,300 employees, Altair is headquartered in Troy, and operates more than 40 offices throughout 22 countries. Today, Altair serves more than 5,000 corporate clients across broad industry segments. To learn more, visit www.altair.com.