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How to Reduce Costs & Increase ROI of HPC Cloud Computing - Part II

This article is a follow-up to our previous piece on “How Much Does a CAE Job Cost You in the Cloud?” We will demonstrate that cloud resources operating at 2X the speed (compared to on-premises) and the inclusion of one additional software license per engineer can enhance an engineer's productivity by 4X, while also saving the company $260K in additional expenses compared to on-premises solutions. The increased availability of compute resources facilitates more simulations, fostering innovation and yielding better results, such as improved materials, geometries, physics, functionalities, etc. This ultimately leads to a more efficient and cost-effective workflow.


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