Sharing the same vision of making simulation accessible to all engineers, OnScale joined the non-profit Revolution in Simulation initiative as a sponsor to collaborate and form alliances with leading CAE experts, organizations, and providers.
Collaborating, Supporting, and Forming Alliances with leading CAE Experts, Organizations, and Providers
The adoption of Digital Prototypes, Digital Twins, Simulated-Augmented AI/ML, Embedded IoT, and Simulation at the Edge by a wider user base of engineers is of paramount importance for sustaining innovation and global welfare. From Enterprise and SMB, to academia and consultant, OnScale provides engineers with immediate access, and on a pay-as-you-simulate basis, to computing power in the cloud, de facto democratizing simulation for the benefit of all.
“Revolutions in Industry and Technology are driven by revolutions in engineering. From the abacus Roman engineers used to build aqueducts, to the early mainframe computers and pocket calculators NASA engineers used to land a man on the moon, to the desktop computers engineers use for simulation today – each revolution in engineering analysis forever altered the arc of history,” says Ian Campbell, CEO, OnScale. “Today, we stand at the frontier of another great revolution in engineering – the dawn of the Cloud Engineering Simulation era. At OnScale, we are incredibly excited and energized to be a part of this revolution, and we cannot wait to see what the future holds when every engineer around the world has access to cloud supercomputers powering simulation and Digital Prototyping & Verification.”
Rev-Sim.org is a collaborative community helping to increase the value of engineering simulation software investments through the democratization of simulation. OnScale is providing their expertise in CAE and funding to support the initiative.
“We are excited to welcome OnScale as our newest sponsor due to their work in advancing the accessibility, reliability, and affordability of performing simulation on challenging multi-physics problems that utilize cloud-based HPC.” – Rich McFall, Co-Founder of Rev-Sim.
“As the developer of the first cloud-native engineering simulation platform and disruptive pay-as-you-simulate software distribution mechanism, OnScale welcomes initiatives such as Rev-Sim”, continues Dave Freed, CTO, OnScale. “Supporting the compute-intensive engineering simulation applications of the future is our goal and thanks to Rev-Sim, we will be able to maximize our collaboration efforts with other leaders in the CAE industry.”
OnScale will participate as a moderator in the HPC topic as well as lead a new SME topical section coming soon at Rev-Sim.org on MultiPhysics Simulation.
OnScale is the first and only Cloud Engineering Simulation platform. OnScale combines powerful multiphysics solver technology with the limitless compute power of cloud supercomputers. With OnScale, engineers can run massive numbers of full 3D multiphysics simulations in parallel to create true Digital Prototypes – digital representations of physical high-tech devices that capture the complete behavior of a device over its operating envelope. By shifting expensive and time-consuming physical prototyping to digital prototyping, OnScale massively reduces cost, risk, and time-to-market for R&D firms pushing the boundaries of new technology. OnScale is the Future of Engineering. Visit www.OnScale.com to try out the platform today.
Advanced simulation should be safely accessible and affordable for everyone – not just the specialists. Democratized Simulation makes analysis more powerful and capable for CAE experts while accessible, safe and reliable for non-experts.RevolutionInSimulation.Org is an open and free web-based platform containing the largest repository of information related to a movement gaining momentum throughout the simulation world – the Democratization of Simulation. Here, in one location, visitors can find and access the latest news, articles, white papers, presentations, videos, webinars, case studies and reference materials. They will also have access to industry experts, organizations, and service and software providers who can help leverage the revolution in simulation and maximize the return on simulation investments.
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