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On the 26th of September, OnScale will be demonstrating how using our Cloud Based CAE solution can save precious time and funding for the MEMS industry, at the Texas Instruments Campus in Santa Clara.
OnScale chooses Amazon Web Services (AWS) as its Cloud service platform because we share same values and security to us is our highest priority. Here is how OnScale handles security and makes your environment safe.
From the 19th to the 21st of September, OnScale will be joining the industry experts at the EU MEMS & Sensors Summit in Grenoble, France as finalists at the Technology Showcase and presenting how to do “Optimization of PMUT Fingerprint Sensor Arrays Using OnScale”.
We are happy to be chosen as one of the most promising HPC Solutions Providers in 2018. It is an honour to stand next to big companies like IBM, Hewlett- Packard, Nvidia, Hitachi and others.
v1.21.0 brings a couple of new features, improvements and bug fixes . This update: Adds multiple UI/UX improvements that significantly improves user workflow Will alert you about upcoming updates and prompt you to download the latest software version when it is released Lets you run multiple jobs in multiple tabs Allows you to continue your work while you are downloading results Fixes multiple bugs and issues reported in previous versions Update Highlights
OnScale is the global leader in Cloud computer aided engineering (CAE), running world-class multi-physics solvers on its Cloud HPC platform. Our platform empowers engineers to accelerate innovation for next-generation products such as 5G smartphones, Internet of Things (IoT) and biomedical devices and driverless car products. OnScale prides itself in offering engineering customers the ability to design and optimize product development cycles. OnScale customer Dr. Kendall Waters, of Verathon Incorporated, recently sat down with us to describe how using OnScale Cloud CAE tools quicken development times, tightens interactions between engineering teams and makes prototyping significantly more efficient.
I attended Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2018 in Barcelona a few weeks ago and my main takeaway from the entire event was: 5G mobile devices are a long way off. The Big Cell guys – AT&T, Verizon, Vodafone, etc. – were all touting their latest 5G trial results – and some results are indeed impressive. I’m sure the marketing hype around 5G will get them lots of new customers. The major caveat to these 5G trials are that the cell companies are using 5G base stations to transmit data to bulky 5G routers, not 5G smartphones or other mobile devices.
Every startup begins with an aspiration to solve a challenging problem. If it were easy, anyone would do it. In my past startup, NextInput, we brought amazing new hardware technology to market; however, we did so in spite of our engineering tools, not because of them. It was extremely painful developing hardware technology using expensive, outdated, legacy computer-aided engineering (CAE) software tools running on clunky old “high-performance” computers (HPC). I got tired of watching the CAE and HPC space evolve at a much slower pace than other dynamic spaces like ERP and CRM. There had to be a better way.