Digital Twin in Cloud Computing

Understanding future physical componentry and its real-world behavior is required for truly advanced product development. ScaleX platform enables engineers to capture this understanding early in the development process — and to incredible levels of detail.

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Benefits of Digital Twins in HPC

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Accelerate Simulation Cycle Times

Rescale’s ScaleX platform has comprehensive file management capabilities built in for efficient and secure data transfer, version management and file sharing.

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On-demand Scaling

Ramp up simulation job fidelity or size to much larger architectures.

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Handle Both Simple and Complex Workflows

Go beyond simple batch jobs with built-in optimization and design of experiments frameworks.

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High Fidelity Design Space Exploration, Delivered

Remember the last time you stared out the window of an airliner, gazing at the intricate levels of detail in the design. All of the little rivets, seams, the mechanics of the high-lift devices are designed together to fit perfectly— accomplishing a smooth, complete whole. For every minute you spend looking at these design elements, engineers and their computer simulations have probably spent thousands of hours pouring over each the observable details, and countless others underneath the aircraft skin.

Since the late 1970s and early 1980’s engineers have relied on electronic replicas of real componentry, giving them the freedom to leave the 2D world of pen and paper and enter the virtual world. This opened up incredible acceleration of the sizing and synthesis steps of the design process. Since then, that process has either gotten faster, or much higher in design detail… and usually both at once.

Now, engineers rely on these replicas — or digital twins — to understand almost every part of a product requirement, part design and manufacturing process on the market today. It is the bridge between virtual and real worlds, and leverages careful data from both to improve the accuracy and quality of the end result.

At Rescale, we understand the essential needs of engineers to carry out these exhaustive modeling and simulation.

The Rescale ScaleX platform enables users to achieve:

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Efficiency

Store, share, connect and leverage large datasets that enhance Digital Twin workflows.

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Accelerated Simulation

Accelerate conceptual design studies, preliminary and detailed design simulation tasks.

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Scalability

Scale up to analyze full system designs holistically, in the highest degree of fidelity.

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HPC Resources for Digital Twin Professionals

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