Hardware-in-the-loop test unit has eight processor cores
Providing more power for complex and computation-intensive simulation, the Scalexio hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) tet system has an octa-core Intel Xeon processor E5. This makes the processing unit suitable for parallel execution of complex and computationally intensive simulation models, says dSpace.
Engineers can use high-fidelity, physically realistic models, for accurate modelling and realistic HIL simulations, it adds.
The processing unit with eight cores is recommended for customers who have to compute very large simulation models in parallel, such as those for vehicle dynamics simulation with detailed chassis and tyre models. Where a strong computation performance of each individual core is required, the company continues to provide the quad-core processing unit with an Intel Xeon Processor E3.
Both variants support multiprocessor applications where multiple processing units are interconnected. The two variants can also be used together in a multiprocessor network.