BIOS IT showcase Computational Fluid Dynamics Solutions powered by AMD and vScaler at SC18

Dal­las, Novem­ber 14th 2018. BIOS IT, a glo­bal IT con­sul­tan­cy and solu­ti­on pro­vi­der, will show­ca­se its Com­pu­ta­tio­nal Flu­id Dyna­mics (CFD) and Fini­te Ele­ment Ana­ly­sis (FEA) solu­ti­ons, powe­red by AMD EPYC™ pro­ces­sors at SC18. Lever­aging the indus­try lea­ding per­for­mance with the most cores, memo­ry and I/O¹ of AMD EPYC™ pro­ces­sors, BIOS IT’s solu­ti­ons can deli­ver the sca­la­bi­li­ty and lower total cost of ownership nee­ded to meet the demands of new emer­ging workloads.

Using FEA and CFD tech­ni­ques wit­hin the design pro­cess for pro­duct manu­fac­tu­ring is an abso­lu­te neces­si­ty for orga­ni­sa­ti­ons to remain com­pe­ti­ti­ve in today’s land­s­cape. Using FEA to model struc­tu­ral mecha­nics and often com­bi­ning that with CFD to model air/liquid flows across pro­duc­ts can dra­ma­ti­cal­ly redu­ce the time to mar­ket with new pro­duc­ts and solu­ti­ons for orga­ni­sa­ti­ons, as well as allow orga­ni­sa­ti­ons, exami­ne more design vari­ants and/or increa­sing the com­ple­xi­ty of models simu­la­ted. Wha­te­ver the com­pu­ta­ti­on level requi­red, our solu­ti­ons are desi­gned to sca­le from a sin­gle user or small user groups to vir­tual­ly unli­mi­ted par­al­lel capa­ci­ty or lar­ge user group opti­ons at enter­pri­se level.

BIOS IT is offe­ring custo­mers the abi­li­ty to run simu­la­ti­ons on its own state‐of‐the‐art clus­ters, backed by a team of experts. The CFD Solu­ti­ons Team can aid in tuning mes­hing and sol­ver per­for­mance through pro­cess and memo­ry bin­dings, to deli­ver stag­ge­ring results. Inclu­ding inte­gra­ted, indus­try-lea­ding soft­ware such as ANSYS, Open‐FOAM, Pam‐Crash and STAR‐CCM+ (among others), the solu­ti­on is spe­ci­fi­cal­ly desi­gned to impro­ve deve­lop­ment effi­ci­en­cy. Working with vSca­ler, BIOS IT can also deli­ver an on‐premise CFD opti­mi­zed cloud solu­ti­on, with ready‐to‐execute pre‐integrated app­li­ca­ti­on. Spe­ci­fi­cal­ly desi­gned to impro­ve access and advan­ce time to mar­ket ‐ custo­mers can sim­pli­fy their soft­ware set­up while deli­vering fas­ter ana­ly­sis than lega­cy desk­top work­sta­tions.

With tech­no­lo­gies like vGPU built into the plat­form com­bi­ned with a cen­tra­li­sed high-per­for­mance sto­rage backend, pre/post pro­ces­sing workloads and visua­li­sa­ti­on of data sets has never been so easy. No more migra­ting and mana­ging data work­flows for engi­neers to visua­li­se results on their desk­top sys­tem. All user inter­ac­tion can be mana­ged and acces­sed cen­tral­ly pro­vi­ding more secu­ri­ty gover­nan­ce around data access and also enab­ling groups of engi­neers to col­la­bo­ra­te seam­less­ly.

Sukh Dhil­lon, EMEA Sales Direc­tor at AMD adds “Working with HPC Inno­va­tors like BIOS IT ensu­res that AMD can deli­ver out­stan­ding per­for­mance, memo­ry and IO solu­ti­ons to an ever gro­wing ran­ge of workloads. BIOS IT’s CFD offe­ring powe­red by AMD EPYC™ pro­vi­des a com­pel­ling and pro­ven solu­ti­on for custo­mers loo­king to opti­mi­ze their per­for­mance per dol­lar”.

BIOS IT will show­ca­se its AMD EPYC™ powe­red solu­ti­ons for CFD at this year’s Super­com­pu­ting Con­fe­rence (SC18), Novem­ber 12th‐November 15th on booth #638.

BIOS IT is a glo­bal IT con­sul­tan­cy and solu­ti­on pro­vi­der, focu­sed on deli­vering the latest high‐performance, power-effi­ci­ent IT solu­ti­ons for the finan­ci­al ser­vices indus­try. From liquid‐cooled over­clo­cked ser­vers to ful­ly bes­po­ke tra­ding solu­ti­ons tailo­red to meet your exact requi­re­ments, BIOS IT pro­vi­des the right solu­ti­on for you.

¹ AMD EPYC pro­ces­sor inclu­des up to 32 CPU cores ver­sus the Xeon E5‐2699A v4 pro­ces­sor with 22 CPU cores. NAP‐02 AMD EPYC pro­ces­sor sup­ports up to 21.3 GB/s per chan­nel with DDR4‐2667 x 8 chan­nels (total 170.7 GB/s), ver­sus the Xeon E5‐ 2699A v4 pro­ces­sor at 19.2 GB/s with max DDR4‐2400 x 4 chan­nels (total 76.8 GB/s). NAP‐03 AMD EPYC™ pro­ces­sor offers up to 128 avail­ab­le PCI Express high speed I/O lanes in a dual socket con­fi­gu­ra­ti­on, ver­sus the Xeon E5‐2699A v4 pro­ces­sor at 80 lanes (40 lanes per socket). NAP‐05