HPC Midlands in Engineering Simulation Show
Loughborough, UK – HPC Midlands, the East Midlands’ Regional Centre for Excellence in High
Performance Computing, will be exhibiting and speaking at the 2015 Engineering Simulation Show
on April 15th and 16th.
Over two years of providing advanced engineering and manufacturing industry clients with pay-asyou-
go access to an elite facility HPC Midlands has established itself as the sector’s low-cost, lowrisk
opportunity to expand product development and market potential with advanced technology.
“HPC Midlands was designed to allow companies to massively scale up their simulations allowing
them to model commercially relevant systems and thus increase the pace of innovation,” said HPC
Midlands Director, Professor Steven Kenny. “By combining a large core count, high speed
interconnect, and big-data capable storage with large memory we enable SMEs to scale up their
models as well as major corporations to burst-out of their current capacity.”
Managed by Loughborough University, HPC Midlands offers cloud access to a secure UK facility
with 3,008core computing power, unlimited technical support and a network of local experts in
software development, computer-aided design, product prototyping, research analysis and funding
“There is a vast pool of experts that can be accessed at Loughborough University with expertise
in the application of high performance computing in areas such as electrical, civil and building,
chemical, mechanical and manufacturing, materials, and aero/auto engineering,” Professor Kenny
continued. “With more than a decade of experience utilising HPC facilities on projects with
partners around the world our supporting network can help with development, operation and
Professor Kenny will be accompanied by an HPC Midlands client to speak about the importance of
convenient, affordable and supportive industrial access to HPC facilities at Lecture Theatre 2 on
April 16th at 11:30am.
HPC Midlands will be available throughout the show at exhibit stand I6.
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