High performance servers drive Audi

In computer aided engineering, performance is key, and equates to a competitive advantage-or disadvantage.

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The three year-old RISC-based servers at the AUDI AG data centre in Ingolstadt were used to calculate airflows in the vehicle interior and the dynamic behaviour of bodyworks but were at the bottom end of the performance spectrum. In computer aided engineering, performance is key, and equates to a competitive advantage-or disadvantage.

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This was last published in March 2006

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