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If I'm not mistaken cst studio can utilize more than one processors. Anybody knows if it can use processors of different machines or is it a case where it can use two processors on a single motherboard?
are you sure about this Vanderspunk because I'm not !? MW$ can handle apparently up to 32 processors on a single sysem - problem is finding a board with more than the usual 2 processors and at a reasonable price! If Parallelisation is possible for 2 processors then it's scaleable for any number depending on what the system allows......
No aw, I'm not fully sure. I've only tested mwStudio on a dual processor system.
But according to hxxp://www.cst.de/products/mws/technical/technical.htm : Multi-processor support (parallel version for two processors on one main board, only for transient and eigenmode solver)
But next version (later this year?) is supposed to have support for multiple computers (over network), from what I've heard. Can someone confirm this? Don't know how they are going to charge their customers for this option.