COMSOL Multiphysics Now Available on Rescale’s Cloud

COMSOL Multiphysics Now Available on Rescale’s Cloud

BURLINGTON, MA -- COMSOL announces the availability of COMSOL Multiphysics software on Rescale simulation platforms through a collaboration with COMSOL, creators of the robust, physics-based modeling and simulation software.

COMSOL Multiphysics is an all-inclusive modeling software, based on powerful numerical methods, for simulating physics-based problems. With COMSOL Multiphysics, users are able to account for coupled or multiphysics phenomena. The simulation suite is further expandable with more than 30 add-on products for simulating electrical, mechanical, fluid flow, and chemical applications allowing for unlimited multiphysics combinations.

Simulation experts can use the Application Builder within COMSOL Multiphysics to create specialized simulation apps that can be run by engineers and others not well versed in simulation. These apps are hosted and run on the COMSOL Server™ software, which is also available on Rescale’s cloud.

Now COMSOL Multiphysics users can run computationally demanding analyses on high-end hardware that matches the power and flexibility of their solvers. Users submit simulations using their existing COMSOL Multiphysics licenses with on-demand high performance computing (HPC) hardware, making use of the software’s automatic and sophisticated parallel processing capabilities. The new Rescale and COMSOL collaboration allows users to accelerate their COMSOL Multiphysics analyses using Rescale’s diverse and dynamic pay-per-use HPC platforms, leveraging built-in administration and collaboration tools designed to improve and speed-up the simulation process.

To begin running COMSOL Multiphysics immediately, create a free Rescale account at

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Company: COMSOL
Country: United States (USA)

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