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Old   July 26, 2011, 08:18
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Dear OpenFoam users and experts, provides researchers and companies with the access to resources to perform high performance calculations in the cloud. As's community manager I may invite you to register and test your OpenFoam calculation on a computer cluster in the cloud for free:

We are looking forward to get your feedback and consumer insights. Take the chance and have an impact to the development of a new cloud computing calculation platform.

Our aim is to change the way of research collaboration is done today by bringing together scientists and businesses from all over the world on a single platform. is a Berlin (Germany) based international high-tech startup striving for enabling everyone to benefit from the High Performance Computing related advantages of the cloud. We provide easy access to applications running on any kind of computer hardware from single core high memory machines up to 1000 cores computer clusters.

To get more information check out our web-page ( or follow our blog about cloud computing, HPC and HPC applications:

Key features of our platform for efficient computing in the cloud are:
  • Turn fixed into variable costs and pay only for the capacity you need. Watch our latest saving costs with video:
  • Enter the cloud using an intuitive and user friendly platform. Watch our latest in a nutshell video:
  • Be released from ongoing technological obsolescence and continuous maintenance costs (e.g. linking to libraries or system dependencies)
  • Accelerated your OpenFoam, Python, C, C++, Fortran, R, ... calculations through parallel processing and great computing capacity - more than 1000 cores are available and GPUs are coming soon.
  • Share your results worldwide (coming soon)
  • Get high speed access to public databases (please let us know, if your favorite database is missing!).
  • We have developed a security architecture that meets high requirements of data security and privacy. Read our security white paper:

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