Cray Solutions for Manufacturing
Getting new products to market today increasingly requires starting with computer-aided engineering. Cray helps supply the needed computational power without erasing the profit margin.
High performance computing (HPC) simulation is a core technology in the design, testing and optimization of many products. In fact, extreme fidelity simulation is now a required tool for the automotive and aerospace industries.
Cray has provided HPC systems to manufacturing customers for over 30 years. Throughout this time, Cray has also worked closely with independent software vendors and the computer-aided engineering (CAE) community to advance the technology, jointly pioneering efforts in areas such as crash simulation, noise, vibration and harshness simulation and computational fluid dynamics.
Via application scalability and overall system performance Cray meets the demand for better fidelity in engineering simulation, enabling CAE to deliver increased insight and still meet the accelerated product development schedule.
The Cray XC30 and Cray XK7 systems have highly scalable networks and the unmatched compute density to handle the most challenging capability-computing needs. The capacity-oriented Cray CS300-LC and Cray CS300-LC cluster supercomputers offer high performance and maximum configuration flexibility. The Cray Sonexion
provides integrated, reliable and modular scale-out Lustre storage that
maximizes file system performance and scalability at any size. And the Urika graph analytics appliance transforms Big Data problems into meaningful information
Whether it’s a large research center routinely running CAE simulations over 10,000 cores or a commercial enterprise running thousands of simulations to support the design of multiple products, manufacturing customers such as the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart, General Electric and KTH Royal Institute of Technology choose Cray to enhance the value of simulation.
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