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Intel® Xeon® processors: Discover the Difference

Put Your Best Performance on The Line...Every Time

Tackle you toughest tasks with the pure performance of Intel® Xeon® processors

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Dramatically improve your design and development process by breaking away from one factor at a time simulation and moving toward systematic parametric simulations and design of experiments (DOE).

Intel® Xeon® E5 dual processor based workstations and HPC nodes can offer the pure performance you need to effectively implement parametric simulations and design of experiments (DOE) studies.

Pure performance is about a balanced combination of processor performance; memory capacity and bandwidth; and an improved I/O infrastructure that accelerates the pace data is moved throughout the entire platform.

With workstations and HPC nodes based on the latest Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors you have the opportunity to employ the broadest array of engineering tools and methods – and the pure performance, flexibility, and agility you need in order to innovate faster than ever before.

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Delivering pure performance with ANSYS Mechanical 14.0 - Distributed Memory Solver

 

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A second Intel Xeon processor can help users complete up to 60% more work than a single processor with an accelerator.

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SSDs can increase performance by more than 1.25X when configurations are constrained by memory

 

 

 

Delivering pure performance with SIMULIA Abaqus (Standard v6.12-1)

 

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The addition of a second processor increased performance by up to 1.4X.

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SSDs increased performance by up to 1.2X when configurations are constrained on memory

Accelerator based systems had no advantages over a dual processor workstation with SSDs when compared across SIMULIA standard benchmarks.