King Abdulaziz (KAU) is the largest university in Saudi Arabia with more than 140,000 students and 6,000 faculty staff. It is a technology role model for more than 15 universities in the Kingdom and offers consultancy services for other segments in the region. KAU aims to become a leader in developing standards of assessment for student performance as well as high-quality research and development programs.
Hyundai has five design centers worldwide. The German development center recently installed a PRIMEFLEX for HPC cluster solution from Fujitsu to improve its competitive position. This involved converting its workstation environment into a cluster environment, a move that would enable the company to fully utilize the features of its Autodesk VRED ray tracing software.
BLOCK Transformatoren-Elektronik GmbH is a leading manufacturer of transformers, power supplies and electrical filters and has been a strong partner to industry and small trade businesses in the winding materials sector for many decades
KSPG AG is the holding company of the Rheinmetall Group’s automotive division. A global automotive supplier, KSPG’s expertise in air supplies, emission reductions and pumps, as well as the development, production and provision of replacement parts for pistons, engine blocks and friction bearings, means that it enjoys leading positions in the relevant markets.
Autodesk was looking for a solution that would allow it to further expand its software development capabilities and create an internal demo center.The company wanted to focus on adjusting the hardware to suit the powerful software so that it could test rendering processes under fully realistic light conditions.
Sibneftegeofizika needed to upgrade its system for processing geophysical data to work on projects in geological surveying of oil and gas companies. When processing and interpreting (earth structure modelling) high-capacity computing resources are needed, which the company did not have. The upgraded computing system would enable the company to take part in larger scale projects, where high performance computing systems are essential.
The M.V. Lomonosov Northern (Arctic) Federal University (NARFU) is a new research and educational innovation center in the Russian system for higher professional education. It was founded by Russian Federation Presidential Decree No.
The University of Granada (UGR) was founded in 1531 and continues a long teaching tradition that links with that of the Madrasa of the last Nasrid Kingdom. It has five campuses and a sixth one under construction, which is about to be inaugurated (PTS – Health Sciences Technology Park), in the city of Granada (Spain), plus another two campuses in Ceuta and Melilla (Spain), in North Africa.
Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) is one of the most prestigious public universities in the country and is internationally renowned for its teaching excellence and its devotion to research. The campus is located in Cantoblanco, Madrid, with over 32,000 students and 3,000 lecturers and professors, and is a pioneer in the smart, massive use of technology, not to mention an international center of reference in research and knowledge transfer.
The family range of Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY systems underpin a powerful and flexible data center solution that allows LIPI to perform complex scientific calculations, reduce the risk of critical data loss, offers high scalability and a low TCO.
Siemens Corporate Technology wanted to install an HPC cluster that would enable it to more accurately predict essential commodity prices by performing multiple market simulations and forecasts. Working with Fujitsu, it implemented an HPC solution based on 18 PRIMERGY BX900 blade servers, containing a total of 216 CPU cores. The cluster runs HPC Software PCM Fujitsu Edition and is linked to an ETERNUS DX60 storage array from Fujitsu.