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The High Performance Data Analytics Buzz in Engineering

Big Data 150Big Data is no longer a vague term: Be it automotive engineering with an incredible number of FEA visualizations. Or data generated from 3D prints. Or all of the information the Internet of Things (IoT) will give us?  Or the thousands of parts and assemblies in manufacturers’ inventory, not knowing how many are duplicates, how many are outdated, how many were never actually used in creating a product.  All of these views describe the state of engineering today: Terabytes of data are being generated and everyone wants it to become useful information. The solution is called high-performance data analytics (HPDA). Read how high performance computing clusters can help in this Digital Engineering article from Randall Newton. He also mentions that “New software vendors like UberCloud are coming to market with solutions that bridge the gap between existing HPC systems and cloud engineering, with “containers” that make installation and use of the leading simulation products a simple process.”

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