MINNEAPOLIS, Mar-02-2017 — /EPR COMPUTER NEWS/ — Nor-Tech, the top provider of powerful, user-friendly computers, just announced a free simulation test on a high performance computer cluster for CAE, CFD, FEA software. This is an excellent way for organizations to see the benefits of moving from a workstation to a high performance computer cluster.
The test is a free opportunity for organizations to try simulation software on the newest Nor-Tech high performance computer clusters with the newest high-demand software installed. Also, organizations can integrate their own software into the test computer cluster.
Nor-Tech President and CEO David Bollig said, “Our clients trust us to take the uncertainty out of buying a new computer cluster or upgrading the computer cluster they currently own. They need to know the software they are currently using or want to use in the future will run better on a computer cluster and reduce time-to-results. The test cluster provides that assurance.”
Nor-Tech guarantees that their high performance computer clusters are easy to set up and use; and clients will not have to wait on the phone for service and support.
“Our test cluster is designed for organizations that need better technology than a workstation,” Bollig said. “Clients who buy a high performance computer cluster typically see a significant improvement in efficiency; better resolution; better use of their engineers; and faster results.”
To test software on the high performance computer cluster, organizations should first contact Nor-Tech for a quick discussion. Then Nor-Tech will add the organization to the schedule. Nor-Tech will then configure the hardware and software for the organization and provide remote access to the test computer cluster. The organization will then run the software and ultimately see the results. Where there is sensitive information involved, Nor-Tech will typically sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA). Simulations run on the latest Intel Xeon CPU and NVIDIA GPUs.
Nor-Tech, winner of many technology awards, is famous in the science, university, research, and business markets for powerful, easy to use high performance computer clusters and fast, no wait support. Major recent projects include Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Transportation System; the LIGO Gravitational Project at Cal State Fullerton; and the University of Wisconsin’s IceCube Neutrino Project at the South Pole.