Cadence has launched its Millennium Enterprise Multiphysics Platform, a hardware/software accelerated digital twin solution for CFD multiphysics system design and analysis.
Available in the cloud or on premises as a turnkey solution, Millennium includes Graphics Processing Units (GPUs) from leading providers, extremely fast interconnections and an enhanced Cadence high-fidelity CFD software stack optimised for GPU acceleration and generative AI.
Through use of GPU and CPU computing alongside proprietary software algorithms, Cadence says it can deliver ‘up to 100X design impact through accuracy, speed and scale’.
“Throughout our 35-year history, Cadence has been focused on increasing performance with no loss of accuracy for the most challenging computational applications. Algorithmic throughput remains a key priority, and we’re now leveraging generative AI to harvest knowledge gained from massive quantities of design and simulation data,” said Ben Gu, corporate VP of R&D for multiphysics systems analysis at Cadence.
“Our revolutionary Millennium platform is a giant leap forward, delivering unprecedented acceleration and scalability of digital twin and AI applications. CFD is poised to benefit greatly from performance and efficiency gains, and the tremendous power of the Millennium M1 is disrupting industries that must explore more design innovations and bring them to market faster.”
Available with GPUs from leading vendors, in the cloud with minimum 8 GPU configurations, or on premises with a minimum 32 GPU configuration, the system looks to provide a flexible and scalable solution to fit each user deployment. Cadence also advises that GPU-resident solvers dramatically improve the energy efficiency of simulation by some 20 times over traditional HPC solutions.