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FluiDyna Culises 1.1 for GPU-Based Acceleration of OpenFOAM

By DE Editors

FluiDyna has released version 1.1 of Culises, the library for GPU-based acceleration of OpenFOAM. Features include efficient iterative solvers like AMG and full support for the usage of two GPUs in a single compute node, including the latest NVIDIA Tesla K40 GPU accelerators.

An early bird discount of 35 percent applies for all orders of regular annual licenses and quarterly test licenses until April 30, 2014. Licenses for academic and non-commercial use are available with an additional discount of 50 percent. Additionally, a discount of 35 percent on the retail price applies for all NVIDIA Tesla GPUs purchased in a bundle with an annual license of Culises.

Testing of Culises is possible free of charge on the company’s purpose-built workstation.
 
For more information, visit FluiDyna.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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