August 10, 2010 - The latest release of Caedium (v2.2) from Symscape can now perform CFD simulations in parallel on a single computer with multiple cores or on a cluster running Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008 - either way it means a significant reduction in simulation turnaround time compared to previous versions of Caedium. Also available with this release are 64-bit versions of Caedium for Windows and Linux, which can perform much larger simulations since they are no longer restricted by the 32-bit memory limit.
Unlimited State-Of-The-Art HPC CFD
With a single affordable Caedium Professional or RANS Flow subscription you can use an unlimited number of parallel solver processes whether you run your CFD simulations on a multi-core computer or a cluster.
Caedium uses a custom version of OpenFOAM® to provide state-of-the-art high performance computing (HPC) CFD solvers, presented in a user friendly GUI-driven unified simulation environment for Windows, Linux, and Mac.
Easy to Configure
The new parallel capabilities are easy to configure with just two simple preferences for a multi-core computer. To run parallel CFD simulations on a Windows HPC Server 2008 cluster requires an additional three preference changes.
Professional Grade CFD For All
Flexible Caedium subscriptions are available per month, per quarter, and per year, so it has never been easier or more affordable for small businesses and hobbyists to reap the benefits of this new, faster, professional grade CFD.
Note: OpenFOAM is a registered trademark of OpenCFD and is unaffiliated with Symscape.