Ansys collaborates with Microsoft to enhance cloud engineering productivity

06 November 2020

Expanded strategic collaboration between Ansys and Microsoft is resulting in more engineering simulation solutions for Microsoft Azure. 

Ansys is teaming with Microsoft to advance the state-of-the-art in engineering simulation across industries. Integrated with Microsoft Azure cloud, HPC, digital twin and IoT services, Ansys’ solutions are expected to empower customers to solve even the most challenging engineering problems — substantially increasing productivity, cutting development costs and expediting time to market.   

Ansys Cloud,  the underlying platform for running Ansys products in the cloud, integrates Azure cloud and HPC services with Ansys flagship simulation technologies. Since its initial release, Ansys Cloud continues to add new capabilities. New features will enable customers to use existing software licenses and reduce modeling run times by increasing cores per job. 
 
“As a strategic partner and customer of both Microsoft and Ansys, our engineering teams will accelerate their product development processes with these dynamic new cloud capabilities,” said Scot Tutkovics, vice president, engineering operations, Rockwell Automation.  “Adding Ansys Cloud to our existing technology infrastructure sped up our simulations by 50% and we have solved larger problems with more accuracy. Together, we are boosting engineering productivity and driving top-line impact, even while our engineers work from home.”  
 
Additionally, Ansys is working with Microsoft to integrate Microsoft Azure Digital Twins with Ansys Twin Builder to help customers better understand the current and future performance of operational assets. Employing physics and simulation-based analytics, users can enhance operations — decreasing product maintenance costs and expediting next-generation products to market. Ansys’ runtime digital twins will be natively represented in Azure Digital Twins. Feedback from early adopters across several industries has been positive.


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