Case study: Tripling computational power

November 18, 2010 by | Comments

By replacing RISC systems with Xeon-based Linux servers, GM has more than tripled its computational capability for advanced simulation and design and cut associated electrical consumption and hardware ownership costs by more than 75 percent. GM has used the compute power to reduce its new car design cycle to just 18 months from 48.

–(Intel Press Room)–

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