Begin global sales
For Japan, FX1000 starts at a minimum of 48 nodes, FX700 starts at a minimum of 2 nodes; for countries outside Japan, FX1000 starts at a minimum of 192 nodes and FX700 starts at a minimum of 128 nodes.
 The use of HBM2
The second generation of high bandwidth memory devices known as HBMs (High Bandwidth Memory). A64FX realizes a transfer speed much faster than conventional DDR4 by the maximum theoretical memory bandwidth exceeding 1 TB/s by mounting 4 stacks of HBM2 in the CPU package.
Software developed by Livermore Software Technology Corporation and sold by Fujitsu for simulating large deformations of structures using finite element method with explicit time integration. This highly reliable program is the world's leading software for use in the simulations of car crashworthiness, drop testing, metal/plastics forming, perforations, crack propagation, and failure, among other applications.
 No prototyping
This refers to minimal prototyping in product development by utilizing simulations to shorten development time and reduce costs.
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Date: 13 November, 2019
Company: Fujitsu Limited