Huawei and ESI Group (ESI) showcased a car crash simulation solution based on Huawei high-performance computing (HPC) at CeBIT 2016 in Hanover, Germany.
Modelled on an ESI virtual reality solution, Huawei’s HPC simulation can provide customers with equivalent digital equipment room layouts to those found in real car crash simulation environments.
Leveraging 3D technologies, designers can keep improving virtual prototypes during product R&D to reduce physical prototype hardware requirements, and therefore dramatically reduce design costs and shorten product development cycles when designing and developing new cars.
Huawei and ESI Announce New Car Design Platform
ESI is a world-leading provider of virtual testing solutions. It provides diversified software solutions in the domain of material physics, including digital simulation prototype design and performance testing, manufacturing process simulation and analysis, and system platform integration.
Huawei is cooperating with ESI in consolidating cross-industry technologies. The two parties have made a groundbreaking move in converging virtual testing, software, and HPC IT hardware to provide customers with industry-leading innovative HPC solutions.
To meet professional application requirements from industries such as manufacturing, education, and energy, Huawei is developing optimized HPC clusters that integrate software and hardware, including infrastructure hardware resources, system environments, cluster management, and service platforms. With an open and proactive attitude, Huawei has been cooperating with partners offering industry-leading technologies in building HPC ecosystems.
Through continuous in-depth technical cooperation with partners, Huawei continues to provide customized, high value-added HPC solutions for customers from many industries.