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OnScale, the leader in Cloud Engineering Simulation software, empowers engineers to accelerate innovation across multiple industries, including next-generation technologies such as MEMS, Semiconductor, 5G, Biomedicine, and Autonomous Vehicles. OnScale combines powerful multiphysics solver technology used and validated by Fortune 50 companies for over 30 years, with the limitless speed and flexibility of cloud High Performance Computing (HPC). By removing the constraints of legacy simulation tools, OnScale allows engineers to dramatically reduce cost, risk and time to market for cutting edge technologies.
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The integrated workflow allows MEMS engineers to accelerate product development and shift cost away from physical prototyping processes to digital prototyping, companies say.
New OnScale white paper outlines efficient simulation-drive design of RF MEMS filters for emerging 5G applications.
Migrating to the cloud can enable engineers and scientists to remove engineering bottlenecks and quicken optimization cycles, providing design simulation results nearly instantly.
In this Q&A, Dr. Masha Petrova, VP of marketing at OnScale, talks about her company’s cloud-based methodology for solving problems, the 5G arena, and more.
Exactly how does OnScale provide engineers with the capability to innovate much quicker? How are we helping customers bring new technologies such as 5G, IoT, sensors, biomedical devices and autonomous vehicles to market faster than ever before?
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Today’s engineers use Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software to solve a range of engineering problems associated with the mass production of products.
An easy formula for estimating cost is part of some simulation software providers’ strategy.
OnScale releases paper to showcase cloud CAE’s role in developing next-generation fingerprint technology for securing smartphones.
OnScale helps companies advance the development of new technologies like semiconductors and MEMS, 5G, next-gen medical devices, and autonomous vehicles through engineering simulation.
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