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Simulation Drives Move to Virtual Prototyping in the Automotive Industry

With the economy running on fumes, today’s automakers are desperately trying to find some breathing room. Many best-in-class IT organizations find that by investing in cost-effective technology, they save money and increase efficiency. CAE simulations running on high performance blades are leading automotive companies through today’s tough economic times and into a more competitive future.

With innovative technologies from Intel and HP, you can boost computational performance and lower costs. CAE solutions from Intel and HP will show you how to:

  • Stop spending more money on simulations—and start spend it more effectively
  • Meet evolving customer demands and government regulations without breaking the bank
  • Make your company more competitive in the global economy

Empower yourself today
Visit our website below to learn how HP and Intel can help you find innovative solutions to survive today and thrive tomorrow, with results that are faster and more precise than you dreamed possible. Our white paper features special input from Keith Meintjes, PhD. An acknowledged automotive industry expert, Dr. Meintjes previously worked at General Motors (GM) where he was responsible for requirements for GM’s global CAE High-Performance Computing (HPC) systems. Dr. Meintjes also participated in a variety of projects to integrate simulation and CAE into GM's vehicle and powertrain product development processes.
 
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  • HP/Intel Simulation drives move to virtual prototyping white paper
The HP ProLiant BL2x220c blade servers and innovative c-Class BladeSystem enclosures can be deployed in a standard 42U rack and can house up to 1,024 processor cores and 4 TB of memory. This system uses Intel® Xeon® processors which employ sophisticated techniques to reduce heat and power requirements and allows the BL2x220c to provide extremely high performance in a compact and environmentally friendly system.

»  Download the HP ProLiant BL2x220c G5 Server Blade data sheet (138KB, PDF)

In addition to Linux, these systems can also run Microsoft® Windows® HPC Server 2008 (HPCS), a robust HPC platform that integrates within a familiar Windows-based infrastructure and is simple to deploy and operate.


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