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Job of the week: Senior Tech Support Engineer - Symetri - Newcastle

Published 20 June 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: autodesk inventor, jobs, job of the week

Senior Tech Support Engineer - Symetri

Job Type: Permanent
Software: Inventor
Location: Newcastle Upon Tyne

Symetri is Autodesk’s leading platinum partner working in the oil, gas, nuclear, renewable energy and manufacturing sectors.

Due to expansion it requires a Senior Technical Support Engineer to join its team. You will be required to provide pre- and post-sales technical support and have experience of a modern 3D system with Autodesk’s Inventor being the preferred option. Training will be provided to suitable candidates with relevant experience of other 3D CAD systems.

You will be degree qualified or combine relevant industrial experience with an HND/HNC qualification, hold a full UK driving licence and be a good communicator.

Sound like the job for you? Apply here

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Intel introduces the Xeon Phi: a CPU co-processor primed to accelerate CAE solvers

Published 19 June 2012

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: simulation, cae, gpu compute, nvidia maximus, nvidia tesla, hpc, intel xeon phi

It may look like a GPU compute card, but the Intel Xeon Phi actually contains over 500 CPU cores, heralding the future of Intel’s Many Integrated Core Architecture (Intel MIC architecture)

Intel has lifted the lid on a new PCIe co-processor that could be used to accelerate highly parallel simulation (CAE) solvers inside a workstation.

The Intel Xeon Phi (codenamed Knights Corner) will feature over 50 x86 CPU cores, have a minimum of 8GB of GDDR5 memory and deliver over 1 TeraFLOPs of double precision performance.

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How to craft the best 3D4D Challenge ideas

Published 19 June 2012

Posted by Stephen Holmes

Article tagged with: 3d printing, rapid prototyping, industrial design, 3d4d challenge

A few weeks back we attended the London workshop of the 3D4D Challenge, where we huddled down with our ideas of how the materials and build methods of 3D printing could help the developing world.

The idea is to apply the ability to design in one place, and construct in another, to reduce costs and poverty in communities that do not have the funds or facilities to construct, say, parts for a water pump or a prosthetic limb, while providing possibilities for local employment.

We piggy-backed its interview with Dr Phil Reeves, managing director of Econolyst, which advises companies around the world on the use of 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing, to get some inside inspiration on what makes a winning idea, and how these workshops can make a difference to people’s lives:

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T-Platforms launches the T-Mini P, a deskside mini cluster for CAE and rendering

Published 18 June 2012

Posted by Greg Corke

Article tagged with: amd firepro, tesla, nvidia quadro, cluster, xeon, hpc, opteron, t-platforms

The rear of an 8 module T-Mini P, complete with interconnect cables

Here’s something that will make light work out of complex CAE simulations (and keep your feet warm during our not so glorious British summer) - a mini deskside HPC (High Performance Computing) system from T-Platforms.

The T-Mini P is a ‘minicluster’ and workstation system designed for users of simulation or rendering software that typically rely on high-end workstations, but have a growing need for high performance parallel clusters.

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