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Altair polishes up One cloud platform for data-driven design and development

Nasdaq-listed HPC, AI and simulations specialist Altair has released a slew of new features and functionality for its integrated cloud platform Altair One.

James R Scapa, founder and CEO of Altair, said Altair One now has all the software and tools to manage hybrid on-premises and cloud HPC resources.

“Altair One provides a modern, single pane of glass approach to leverage HPC and cloud resources for running computational science applications anywhere and everywhere at scale, which is key to optimising outcomes and achieving faster time-to-value,” Scapa said.

Altair One offers a unified development environment with user access to HPC resources. It enables them to provision scaleable appliance clusters across AWS, Microsoft Azure, Oracle and Google cloud platforms, with new features integrating the product suite with HPC capabilities.

The vendor believes the platform can boost collaboration and productivity for design, engineering and data science teams.

“By bridging the gap between the traditional data scientist and engineering roles, your organisation can break down silos and extract actionable insights to drive real business value,” according to Altair, which is holding a webinar covering data science for engineers on 25 May, US time.

Click here to register for the session, which will showcase how data science and AI can change the game for engineers and manufacturing.

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