Top 3 HPC and Cloud Predictions in 2020

As the decade has closed, we are now at a point when high-performance computing (HPC) and cloud work together to power solutions that lead companies to innovate better products and unearth new discoveries. HPC in the cloud is an increasingly … Read More

Thermal Stability of Electric Motors

This guest contribution is written by AVL a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. Performance and efficiency are top priorities when designing motors for electric powertrains. The electric motor development for the automotive industry faces increasing complexity regarding requirements of … Read More

Growth: Altair 2019 Year in Review

The end of a year usually heralds a period of reflection, both on times gone past and the budding new year around the corner. When I look back on 2019, I find myself in awe of the accomplishments from the … Read More

Digital Debunking: Christmas Movie Edition

The holiday season is upon us and magic is in the air. Many of us spend the winter months watching our favorite holiday movies over and over again. This got us thinking about a few classic movie scenes and whether … Read More

Diverse Cultures Foster Innovation

Diversity and inclusion drive innovation. Diverse ideas form diverse views. This idea is nothing new – it has been making the rounds on stages, in boardrooms, on podcasts and in business books for years. Experts have confirmed that companies composed … Read More

HPC in the Mile High City: The Buzz from SC19

Just two weeks ago, the high-performance computing (HPC) industry converged in Denver for the biggest event of the year – SC19. It was a successful show with broad representation from across the industry. Attendees soaked up expert insight, participated in … Read More

Duration of a PSD: What Does That Mean?

This guest contribution on the Altair Blog is written by the CAEfatigue Team, a member of the Altair Partner Alliance. Recently, we posted an article about calculating fatigue damage in the Frequency Domain and how the process was not dissimilar to fatigue … Read More