In this article you will read about,
- why simulation specialist CADFEM meets its high IT performance needs with the Open Telekom Cloud,
- how the company deals with peak loads in the calculation of physical processes,
- and why the public cloud provides a significant cost optimization.
It’s 12 noon on the Hahnenkamm slope in Kitzbühel: With a perfect short turn, the highly focused ski racer glides over the firm alpine snow and elegantly skirts one slalom pole after another. What often looks amazingly effortless in sports broadcasts is in reality not only the result of years of training, but also of perfected material technology. After all, finding the optimal design in the development of professional ski models requires many prototypes and test runs. "With modern simulation software, for example, so-called reverse engineering is possible to precisely determine the material properties in the layer structure of a ski model," says Erke Wang, one of the three managing directors at CADFEM GmbH.
The company, headquartered in Grafing near Munich, not only makes such calculations possible, but has also been supporting customers from all industries for over 35 years in the simulation of complex physical relationships using the right software. CADFEM not only sells the programs for this, but also calculates complex virtual models of future products for its customers.