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Numerical Simulations
 
   

Scientists and Engineers using numerical simulations applications such as MATLAB, R or Mathematica for research in signal processing, financial engineering, mathematical modeling, manufacturing and more, can greatly benefit from solutions based on vSMP Foundation. Most vendors provide both single processor and multi-processor versions of their applications, and as such, users can run either single processes using all the memory in the system, multiple processes in parallel that share the memory, or one or more jobs running in multi-processors mode. This flexibility allows engineers and researchers to run more simulations with greater flexibility, without the risk of running out of memory for large jobs, or being able to run demanding jobs on the entire system using parallel versions of the applications where available. This dramatically accelerates their application/simulation development efforts, for faster time to insight and products.

 

 
   
   
 
   
 



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