- April 8th, 2019
- Category: Press
Diabatix increases computing power with new supercomputer
Diabatix’s virtual engineer, X, settles into new Northern European home as workload increases. The addition of a fourth supercomputer will increase our computing power, leading to more design potential, and enhance the redundancy of our data center network.
“With artificial intelligence, the computing load can be high, especially when we’re talking about generative design, which is a demanding and fast iterative process. The computing power that our virtual engineer needs for its daily design work is equivalent to around 2 000 laptops”, comments Lieven Van Vervecken, Diabatix CEO.
With the constant development of the engineering design algorithm that powers our virtual engineer, our service offering continues to grow, resulting in an increased demand for computing power. “On top of our staple thermal design services for liquid and air cooling, we have put our virtual engineer to work for conduction and natural convection as well. We won’t be stopping there either”, states Vervecken.
Ultimately, our mission is to empower companies all around the world to develop innovative products by continuously expanding the possibilities of the engineering design algorithm behind our virtual engineer. Companies will even be able to directly interface with our virtual engineer for their design needs as we continue to develop its skills.
“Cooling remains one of today’s biggest roadblocks towards developing innovative tech. We’re bringing the wrecking ball”, Vervecken concludes.
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