Your Partner in Digital Engineering
Learn how Exponent, Sensatek, and Liberty University are using Rescale to accelerate innovation with computational science and engineering.
Engineers Empowered. Security & Control for IT.
Powering Innovations Across Industries
Help engineers and scientists tackle bigger challenges and commercialize innovations faster.
Your Journey to Digital R&D with Rescale Intelligent Computing
Securely take advantage of cloud computing without maintaining R&D software, configuring HPC hardware, or managing cloud provider infrastructure.
Accelerate time-to-solve and manage costs with software licensing optimization and workload-aware hardware performance intelligence.
Bring digital transformation to R&D operations with global collaboration, exploratory simulations, and digital twins.
“ Technological complexity in our clients demands is growing so we need to have the computational capabilities to support them. Having access to HPC on-demand through Rescale was a game changer – on our largest jobs we see a 5-10x increase in speed of computing. Now we can take on more and larger client projects and don’t have to make compromises to meet our clients’ needs.”
Zach Owens, Senior Managing Engineer, Exponent
“Being cloud-native gives NOV the advantage of improved agility and efficiency across our many areas of R&D from offshore to renewables. Rescale streamlined our cloud transformation and continues to help us find new ways to improve our engineers’ productivity and develop new products faster.”
Matthew Robinson, Engineering Systems Administrator, NOV
“Our Investments in digital R&D partners like Rescale ultimately helped us produce an aircraft that is 100x safer, 100x quieter, and at a fifth of the cost from what was previously possible.”
Madhu Bhabuta CIO, Vertical Aerospace
“With Rescale we are able to explore the entire design space. We have engineering problems that benefit from specific classes of hardware, so it’s a big help that Rescale allows you to set up architectures on the fly at the time of compute.”
Sudip Mukerji, Principal Engineer, Daikin Applied