How AI and High Performance Computing Will Rev up the Auto Industry

In the Press


"As automobiles gain more capabilities and electrification options the computing power to support them is continually growing through high performance computing (HPC). HPC systems are able to solve complex problems by pooling the computing power of multiple nodes in parallel."

Vas Kapsalis, Verne Global's director of HPC solutions, was recently quoted in an article published by Auto Features. The article discussed how AI and HPC are being used in the auto industry. Verne Global works with companies in the Aviation and Auto industries to for design simulations.

Read the full article here: https://www.autofutures.tv/2019/06/03/ai-hpc-auto/


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