This year, ANSYS received yet another TSMC’s Partner of the Year Award in the category of joint development of the 10nm FinFET Design Infrastructure. It has been 11 years since TSMC adopted ANSYS RedHawk as an integral part of its Reference Flow 5.0 in 2004, and that was the industry’s first reference flow to achieve dynamic power noise closure for nanometer designs.
Through longstanding, close collaboration between TSMC and ANSYS, ANSYS RedHawk and ANSYS Totem have always been enabled as power integrity and reliability solutions for the most advanced process technology. This has played and continues to play a critical role, enabling mutual customers to innovate and creating revolutionary electronic devices — for smart phones, high-performance computing, automotive, and wearable applications. Continue reading →
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Here’s the line up of ANSYS webinars this week. And, don’t forget, we have a jam-packed Resource Library where you can find a whole host of past recordings. Whether your focus is fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, electronics or multiphysics, you’ll find conference papers, presentations and articles. All designed to give you the insights you’re looking for to enhance your career. Start today by registering for one or more of these ANSYS webinars. Continue reading →
Hello all! My top engineering technology picks of the week include energy efficiency in streets lights, buildings and jellyfish, advancements in the operating room and a bonus video. Have a great weekend!
Credit for the title belongs to Pam Murphy, COO of Infor, who delivered this gem in the keynote session of the Global Partner Summit at Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2015 conference, held in Las Vegas from Oct. 6-9. If you had any doubts that cloud computing is gaining steam (apologies for mixing water vapor metaphors) attending this event would have ended them. Over 18,000 attendees were at the main conference and about 4,000 attended the Partner Summit (ANSYS is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner). Continue reading →
Advanced simulation tools are essential for contemporary and competitive product design. But it is the assembly of these tools into an effective, automated design system that gives leading companies an additional advantage. One such company is Denmark-based Grundfos, one of the world’s leading pump manufacturers.
Grundfos estimates that pumps currently account for 10 percent of the world’s total electricity consumption. This fact provides ample incentive to improve pump efficiency, given the current drive for energy efficiency and reduction in carbon emissions. Grundfos produces pumps for a wide range of applications: circulator pumps for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning industry as well as pumps for water supply, sewage, boiler, and other industrial applications and for inclusion in the equipment of other OEM’s. With such a broad line of products, it is clear that there is plenty of potential for putting an automated design loop system to work. Continue reading →
Dr. Annadurai is the Director of Indian Space Applications Center (ISAC)
In the past few months, I had the pleasure of listening to Dr. Annadurai on two separate occasions. The most recent was at the Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing Summit in Bangalore. Dr. Annadurai is the Director of Indian Space Applications Center (ISAC) and widely known for the Indian Moon and the recent Indian Mars missions. In his first talk he mainly focused on what went ‘behind the scenes’ of the Mars mission. The second talk focused on opportunities Indian companies have of working with ISRO and contributing to the space program by embracing Make in India. Continue reading →
If you (or someone you know) are in the market for a new job, check out the ANSYS Careers site for all of our openings. Here are the latest open Jobs at ANSYS. If you are a fit, submit your application on-line. We only accept applications via our careers site.
There are a number of ANSYS webinars to choose from this month. Register today! ANSYS webinars are free to attend. If you can’t attend the LIVE session, you may still register and you will receive a link to the recording to watch at a time more convenient for your schedule.
If you’re attending LIVE, please do bring any questions you might have as each session includes a Q&A.