ARCTUR, the main Slovenian HPC and cloud services provider, and SIMTEC, the leading certified channel partner of ANSYS in SE Europe, are announcing ‘ANSYS test drive' on ARCTUR's HPC Cloud offered exclusively to ANSYS customers.
Register free to:
Access for 2 weeks ARCTUR High Performance Computing system on the cloud,
Run ANSYS CFD or FEA simulations utilizing up to 56 CPU cores,
Get full technical support by ARCTUR and SIMTEC on how to setup and run your model,
Evaluate how your simulation case scales up in terms of resources and speed.
Registration deadline: November 6th, 2018.
Submit your simulation or computer modeling idea, we are not limited to any specific field of use. Be innovative, address a real use case and demonstrate a high potential benefit from using Arctur HPC infrastructure.
The ANSYS test drive is open for applications up to 6.11.2018. The approved projects will be announced by 8.11.2018 and the first users will be able to start soon after.
Application is addressing an actual use case
Benefits expected by HPC,
15 cases will be selected to get access to Arctur-2 HPC infrastructure and to an appropriate ANSYS HPC license to run their simulations for two weeks.
HPC computing infrastructure and technical support
SOFTWARE INCLUDED: ANSYS CFD and/or Mechanical
WHAT YOU WILL BE ASKED TO PROVIDE AFTER THE USE OF HPC INFRASTRUCTURE? The users can utilize the free resources for evaluation purposes. They will be asked to provide an abstract describing their use case and how they benefited from HPC. This abstract does not need to contain any confidential data. Users are wellcome to provide a whitpaper describing their results if they wish so, the whitepaper will be published through Arctur's and Simtec's channels.
PRIVACY guaranteed! . All simulation details will be strictly confidential. Only a final abstract describing the use case may be used for promotional purposes. You will have the option to submit this abstract under confidential rights, so as it will be only visible by ARCTUR, SIMTEC and ANSYS.
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