Ansys technology enables highly scalable HPC deployment, giving you virtually unlimited capacity for high-fidelity simulation and the detail it provides. You can launch our HPC solutions within a workgroup or across a distributed enterprise —whether using mobile or desktop workstations, departmental clusters, enterprise or cloud-based servers —wherever your resources and people are located.


Ansys HPC software enables faster simulations on multicore computers, accommodating larger and more accurate models. It offers scalable licensing options, allowing users to scale to any computational level, from entry-level parallel processing to unlimited parallel capacity. Ansys supports highly scalable, multiple parallel processing simulations for challenging projects, including large user groups. Additionally, Ansys provides parametric computing solutions for thorough exploration of design parameters in early product development.

Key Features

  • Enables parallel and parametric processing for faster simulations and comprehensive design exploration.
  • Offers scalable, value-based licensing options to accommodate the computational needs of different user groups.
  • Provides a unified solution for fluid dynamics, structural mechanics, and electronic systems.
  • Enhances accuracy and enables interdisciplinary analysis by integrating multiple domains.
  • Supports both CPU and GPU computing, maximizing performance and flexibility for complex simulations.

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Who We Have Helped

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With Rescale we have huge computational power available and the possibility to run many analyzes in parallel, so this means we can do quicker design iterations and finalize our designs quicker.

— David Engerberg / Modvion

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No doubt about that we can save time. You can have the results in a couple of hours instead of over the night.

— Jesper Thesbjerg / Stiesdal

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The integrated electronic-photonic workflow provided by Ansys to co-design and co-simulate Silicon Photonics and CMOS chips is an indispensable tool to speed up our design process and results in better chips with fewer errors and a shorter time to market

— Jinsung Youn, Research Scientist - Large-Scale Integrated Photonics / Hewlett Packard Labs

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The speed and accuracy provided by OpticStudio has made us more confident about the full performance of our optomechanical designs. We’ve used Ansys Zemax, for over 15 years. We’re always pleased with the tools they present for helping optical engineers work together effectively.

— Milan Matela, Senior R&D Optical Designer / Meopta-optika s.r.o.

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Because Ansys Speos allows us to use our 3D CAD product as an add-on, we can perform a simulation without sacrificing the accuracy. This is one of the key aspects we liked.

— Asami Yonezawa, Senior Specialist - Mazda Craftsmanship Development Group / Mazda Motor Corporation

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This is finally a super easy way to solve CFD jobs in cloud.

— Anonymous / Beta User

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This is not a competition, it is actually an opportunity to deliver what is expected of us in the near future.

— Hege Brende / CEO of Rainpower

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We have been on CARE Business for one year and just recently renewed for another year. The major benefits we see are the prompt responses of the support team, which in combination with the Training Portal are very helpful ways to resolve issues and give good tips. The Weld and Bolt toolkit for Ansys Mechanical offers many possibilities and we are aiming to set up a simulation report template with the Report Generator app. Looking ahead, we are aiming to explore the compute power of CloudConnect and Rescale which also comes with the CARE Program. We are in the process of building an analysis team. We believe the partnership which comes with CARE will be an asset during this process as well as future initiatives.

— Rebecca Jade van Linschoten, Marine Structural Analysis Engineer / Imenco AS