From the blog

Platform updates and Software Release notes

March 2020

Few in number, big in punch this month as Rescale’s HPC and application team converts fully to WFH. We’re excited to add these codes to our platform:

ANSYS 2020.R1 – Major release this month! Rescale is proud to offer ANSYS in its latest iteration,  2020 R1, which offers users improvements to 3D design with Discovery Live, mature additive manufacturing tools, updated electromagnetic toolchains, and more. Read more here.

Gromacs 2020 – The quintessential molecular design tool also gets a substantial revision that was released in January. Coolest addition in our opinion: density-guided simulations of particles into 3D space. Read the full release notes here.

Dymola 2020x – Dassault Systemes CATIA’s supremely flexible modeling tool gets a fresh new interface and key solver updates for faster solving times. More info and doc here.

 

February 2020

Certainly a [Big] month for Rescale with Big Compute 20, but we haven’t slowed in our software catalog expansion; lots of great on-demand software has been added to the Rescale Platform this month. Here are the highlights:

Siemens Simcenter 3D 2020.1 – Read Patrick’s detailed blog on the advantages this brings Simcenter users, especially for cloud desktop virtualized workflows.

Siemens Simcenter STAR-CCM+ 14.06.013 – Latest revision updated from 14.06.012 in both Mixed and Double Precision.

Future Facilities 6SigmaRoom 14.0.3  – Latest revision updated

ESI Virtual Performance Solution 2019  – Major update from 2018.02

AVL Fire 2019R2 – Latest revision updated from 2019R1

MSC scFLOW 20 – Major update from 14.1 (aligning release version to year)

MSC scSTREAM 20 – Major update from 14.1.201904 (aligning release version to year)

 

Our full software catalog is available here.

 

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