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Feature stories from CAE, HPC, Digital Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Big Data and AI
The monthlyUberCloudVoiceNewsletter is out! We hope you enjoy these hand-picked articles from the world of Technical Computing and Cloud.
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Cloud HPC Executive Value Guide - How to Align Your Goals with Those of Your Executives
Experts universally agree on the positive business impact of cloud computing. But, convincing your executives requires more. They need to clearly understand the true value of cloud computing to your organization. In this guide, you will learn what every executive needs to know about the corporate value of cloud computing.
UberCloud Wins Three Prestigious Awards for HPC in the Cloud
During the 2018 Supercomputing Conference in Dallas, UberCloud and its partners received prestigious industry awards for the following experiments and case studies: “Computer simulations of non-invasive transcranial electro-stimulation of the human brain in schizophrenia" and for "Modeling Moisture and Moisture Transfer within a residential condo tower in the Microsoft Azure Cloud".
Comparing ANSYS Discovery Live with Two Market Leaders
This blog post summarizes an interesting article from Stewart Bible. SolidWorks Flow Simulation from Dassault Systèmes, Inventor CFD from Autodesk and Discovery Live, a relative newcomer from ANSYS are compared.
Feature story in Digital Engineering about the growing acceptance of CAE in new user communities and application areas. Major reasons for this trend are continuous improvements in user-friendly CAE software, the ongoing price/performance improvement in high-performance computing (HPC), and easy and affordable access to powerful computing in the cloud.
Accelerating Personalized Healthcare with HPC in the Cloud
Major factors contributing to the acceleration of personalized healthcare in recent years come from advances in HPC, data analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence. This Diagnostics World article demonstrates the impact of computer simulations on personalized health care and presents two research projects related to Stanford’s living heart and NIMHANS’ brain simulations.