Nor-Tech Partners with ANSYS, Dassault to Roll out Powerful Supercomputers for CAE

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Nor-Tech will be focusing on collaborations with strategic simulation software partners, such as ANSYS and Dassault, to showcase its leading-edge supercomputers at SC15.

Nor-Tech President and CEO David Bollig

Nor-Tech President and CEO David Bollig

Nor-Tech engineers supercomputers that are built for powerful data acquisition, analysis, and storage, but are simple enough for almost anyone to set up and use.”

Nor-Tech (Northern Computer Technologies), the leading provider of high-performance computer solutions, will be focusing on collaborations with strategic simulation software partners, such as ANSYS and Dassault, to showcase its leading-edge supercomputers at SC15.

This is an element of Nor-Tech’s ongoing effort to make their clients’ transition from workstations to supercomputers effortless.

Nor-Tech maintains close strategic partnerships with all leading HPC for CAE integration software providers with the objective of ensuring that their clients’ supercomputers will be as easy to set up and deploy as a printer. They do this by creating a turnkey solution and working closely with clients before, during, and after each purchase. Clients can even run their software on Nor-Tech’s demo cluster.

Nor-Tech President and CEO David Bollig said, “One of the primary reasons that people are reluctant to part with the workstations they have outgrown is uncertainty about their ability to set-up, use, and manage a supercomputer. We eliminate that uncertainty. This is what sets us apart from everyone else in our industry—engineering supercomputers that are built for powerful data acquisition, analysis, and storage, but are simple enough for almost anyone to set up and use.”

One of Nor-Tech’s CAE clients recently said, “ROI can be hard to pin down, but not in this case. With the dramatic increase in speed, we can get the answer a design engineer needs in a matter of hours rather than days Quality equipment that is easy to deploy, consistently good customer service, an excellent price, and a quick turnaround on the order—that’s all we were hoping for. We received that and more.”

Experts agree that the future for CAE is powerful simulation software installed on a supercomputer. Yet today, more than half of all simulation software is still run on less powerful workstations. This prevents users from fully unleashing the power of this critical, but expensive software.

Bollig added, “The collaboration between Nor-Tech and our simulation software providers ensures a seamless transition from workstation to supercomputer. We take all the ‘what ifs’ out of the experience.”

Nor-Tech’s simulation software partners include: Intel, ANSYS, Altair, CEI Software, Convergent Science, Cradle-CDF, Dassault Systemes, COMSOL, Lumerical, MSC Software, Moldex3D, and NICE.

SC15 spotlights HPC and scientific applications, and innovations from around the world. At the 27th Annual SC event, Nov. 15-20 in Austin, Texas. Nor-Tech will be sharing space with Intel at Booth #s 1333 and 1533. HPCwire Readers Choice Award winners will be announced at the event. Nor-Tech has been nominated for two awards.

Winner of Microsoft’s prestigious Most Valuable System Builder Partner award, Nor-Tech (Northern Computer Technologies) is an industry-leading technology builder and reseller best known for providing turnkey, people-friendly high performance computing (HPC) solutions and ANSYS HPC integration. In addition to HPCs, their custom technology includes workstations, desktops, and servers for a range of sectors including computer-aided engineering (CAE) and computer-aided design (CAD). Nor-Tech’s engineers average 20+ years of experience. They have been in business since 1998 and are headquartered in Burnsville, Minn. just outside of Minneapolis. Clients include some of the largest organizations in the world. To contact Nor-Tech call 952-808-1000/toll free: 877-808-1010 or visit http://www.nor-tech.com.

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