Check out complimentary products and services from our official partners, listed alphabetically.

ixRay Ltd

ixRay LtdMore than 20 years of experience makes the ixCube 4-10 software system one of the most complete solutions in the field of tensile structure design and analysis. A unique feature of ixCube 4-10 is the ability to perform structural analysis and optimization of the supporting structures using membrane surface Cp and presssure values from the Caedium CFD software system.

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CEIParaTools will help you get the best performance from your CFD simulations by applying performance tools effectively and optimizing code performance. Our consultants specialize in performance evaluation, algorithms, and software development for parallel and distributed computing. We are supported by the Microsoft Developer and Platform Evangelism Team as the official source for tools and tutorials for migrating parallel Linux applications to or from Windows Azure.

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PointwisePointwise is solving the top problem facing engineering analysts today: mesh generation for computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Pointwise's meshing software generates structured, unstructured, and hybrid meshes; interfaces with Caedium as well as many neutral formats such as CGNS; runs on Windows (Intel and AMD), Linux (Intel and AMD), Mac, and Unix; and has a scripting language that can automate CFD meshing. Our software is known for its high quality grids and ease of use and for the expert technical support provided with it.

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Visual Technology

Visual TechnologyVisual Technology (VT), founded in 1993, designs, develops, manufactures, and distributes High Performance Computing (HPC) systems. VT's clusters, servers, workstations, and related HPC hardware are widely deployed throughout the Japanese science and technology industry. VT also provides customized HPC solutions including installation, integration, and consultancy services for HPC software, such as Caedium.

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