The manufacturing business is more competitive than ever these days, and reducing design cycle times can give modern companies a real boost over competitors. Simulations that have traditionally required long time periods—such as aerospace models, virtual crash tests, and noise-vibration-harshness (NVH) analysis—are ideal candidates for a new approach. The Digipede Network can distribute many of these manufacturing applications to dozens or hundreds of computing nodes to reduce runtimes dramatically.
Key Benefits for Manufacturing
- Reduced Cycle Times. Instead of spending days, or even weeks on critical simulations, you can reduce modeling time by orders of magnitude with the Digipede Network grid computing solution. Take advantage of the Windows hardware you already own, by harnessing idle desktops and servers to increase the speed of product testing.
- Manufacturing Focus. Digipede Technologies is working with leading vendors of application software in the manufacturing sector to bring the benefits of distributed computing to real-world simulation problems. Recently, a major semiconductor design and manufacturing firm selected the Digipede Network as its scalability platform for regression testing of new chip designs.
- Greater Productivity. When your best engineers can get results in an hour or two that previously took days, your whole design and production process can changes. Don't accept lengthy, frequent waiting periods as a cost of doing business; grid computing and the Digipede Network enable you to establish and maintain a more interactive, productive manufacturing process.
- Pure .NET. The Digipede Network is built entirely on Microsoft .NET and integrates deeply into multiple points of Microsoft's stack. Our API provides access to all the capabilities of the Digipede Network through the tools you already know in Visual Studio, and helps you make the most of your investment in Microsoft technology.
Contact Us to Learn More
To learn how manufacturing operations can benefit from the Digipede Network, please contact us. We'll be glad to discuss your business' particular objectives and technical infrastructure, and then recommend best next steps.