Cadence Design Systems, Inc. has announced the Cadence® Millennium™ Enterprise Multiphysics Platform, the industry’s first hardware/software (HW/SW) accelerated digital twin solution for multiphysics system design and analysis. Targeted as one of the biggest opportunities for greater performance and efficiency, the first-generation Cadence Millennium M1 accelerates high-fidelity computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations.
Available in the cloud or on premises, this turnkey solution includes graphics processing units (GPUs) from leading providers and extremely fast interconnections. Moreover, it comes with an enhanced Cadence high-fidelity CFD software stack optimized for GPU acceleration and generative AI.
Millennium M1 instances can be fused into a unified cluster. Thus, enabling customers to achieve an unprecedented same-day turnaround time and near-linear scalability when simulating complex mechanical systems.
Designing mechanical systems for new levels of performance and efficiency has become a key priority in the automotive, aerospace and defense (A&D), energy, and turbomachinery industries. For that reason, automotive designers need to improve fuel efficiency, reduce drag and noise, and extend electric vehicle range to optimize performance and reduce greenhouse gases.
Moreover, increasing efficiency, reducing carbon emissions, and reducing maintenance frequency are also top of mind for A&D and turbomachinery design engineers. Thus, advances in multiphysics simulation technology are critical to achieving these goals. Performance, accuracy, capacity, and accelerated computing are all essential to enabling digital twin simulations. At the same time, explore more design innovations to provide confidence before undertaking prototype development and testing.
The Millennium Platform addresses these needs. Highlights and benefits include:
“Throughout our 35-year history, Cadence has been focused on increasing performance with no loss of accuracy for the most challenging computational applications. Algorithmic throughput remains a key priority, and we’re now leveraging generative AI to harvest knowledge gained from massive quantities of design and simulation data,” said Ben Gu, corporate vice president of R&D for multiphysics systems analysis at Cadence.
In addition, Gu said, “Our revolutionary Millennium platform is a giant leap forward, delivering unprecedented acceleration and scalability of digital twin and AI applications. CFD is poised to benefit greatly from performance and efficiency gains, and the tremendous power of the Millennium M1 is disrupting industries that must explore more design innovations and bring them to market faster.”