COMSOL Server launched

Applications can now be distributed throughout an organisation, providing design teams, production departments, and others with access to simulation tools built by experts

Simulation apps can be distributed to colleagues and customers throughout an organisation using COMSOL Server

COMSOL has launched COMSOL Server, a new product developed specifically for running applications built with the application builder. The application builder allows COMSOL multiphysics software users to build an intuitive interface around their COMSOL model that can be run by anyone, even those without prior simulation experience. COMSOL Server enables the distribution of applications, allowing design teams, production departments and others to share applications throughout an organisation using a Windows-native client or web browser.

COMSOL Server is the engine for running COMSOL apps and the hub for controlling their deployment, distribution, and use. After creating an app with the application builder, the server provides engineers and researchers with a cost-effective solution for managing how the app is used, either within their organisation or externally to a worldwide audience.

Svante Littmarck, President and Chief Executive Officer, COMSOL Group said, “COMSOL Server provides an environment for running applications created in the application builder that is easy to access and use. Using the Application Builder and COMSOL Server together, an R&D engineer, for example, has the tools to create applications that will serve their specific industry in a format which is easy to use and quick to implement.”

With COMSOL Server, applications can be run in a COMSOL Client for Windows or in Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, and other major web browsers. COMSOL Server can be hosted in a corporate network or in the cloud.

EP News BureauMumbai