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Extending Innovation in Virtual Product Development with the IBM Cluster Solution for Computer Aided Engineering

Over the last 40 years, the use of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) has increased by several orders of magnitude in industry and research laboratories, largely due to the impressive advances in computing architectures as well as in the algorithmic techniques created to exploit these architectures. Each major innovation in the computing industry has directly enabled CAE practitioners to solve more realistic and complex engineering design and simulation problems, resulting in better products faster. This investment by the community in adapting CAE applications to take advantage of newer computing architectures has paid off handsomely.

Over the last 40 years, the use of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) has increased by several orders of magnitude in industry and research laboratories, largely due to the impressive advances in computing architectures as well as in the algorithmic techniques created to exploit these architectures. Each major innovation in the computing industry has directly enabled CAE practitioners to solve more realistic and complex engineering design and simulation problems, resulting in better products faster. This investment by the community in adapting CAE applications to take advantage of newer computing architectures has paid off handsomely.

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