Cluster Update: New Software Applications

DeepSquare keeps reaching new milestones, and so does our hardware and software infrastructure. Our library already provides a good range of software applications that users can utilise to efficiently train their models, render and prototype their projects while remaining sustainable. We are constantly working on adding new applications and optimising user experience, and today we are excited to have new applications available on our platform!

New Software Applications

Ansys: a general-purpose, finite-element modelling package for numerically solving a wide variety of mechanical problems such as static/dynamic, structural analysis, heat transfer, fluid calculations and more. The package includes tools such as:

  • Ansys Workbench: an integration and workflow platform that connects Ansys products. The project schematic enables users to configure their simulation processes, optimise exploration through parametric management, submit jobs to solve both locally and remotely, and add APIs that allow for third-party software.
  • Ansys Fluent: the industry-leading fluid simulation software known for its advanced physics modelling capabilities and industry leading accuracy. With Ansys Fluent, you can create advanced physics models and analyse a variety of fluid phenomena—all in a customizable and intuitive space. This video provides an overview of the Fluent workspace user interface.
  • Ansys CFX: the industry leading CFD software for turbomachinery applications. It shortens development time with streamlined workflows, advanced physics modelling capabilities and accurate results.

Matlab: a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualisation and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. It is typically used for maths and computation, algorithm development, modelling, simulation, etc.

Paraview: an open-source, multi-platform data analysis and visualisation application. ParaView users can quickly build visualisations to analyse their data using qualitative and quantitative techniques. The data exploration can be done interactively in 3D or programmatically using ParaView’s batch processing capabilities.

Cluster Update

Our engineering team continues to work with our cluster, optimising it to its best efficiency. We want to support 3D artists to work smoothly, so we have added GPU acceleration for graphical applications running through VNC such as Blender

We are very excited to keep sharing with you any news about the Project and cannot wait to keep expanding our list of applications and improving the capabilities of our cluster! Anyone interested in testing it or wanting more information about our applications is welcome to reach out to the team via our social media or email ( and we will get back to you. We are more than happy to hear your suggestions on which applications you would like to see and use on our platform.

Author: Guillermo Iznaola
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We are continuously working on expanding our ecosystem and further developing an already growing software library that will allow developers to use the computing resources they need. If you want to learn more about the Project, or if you want to connect with the team and the community, follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn or join our Telegram group.

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