AMD has a new blog post showcasing how designers who work with the latest version of Autodesk Inventor 2021 software can now move to the cloud. The setup involves the new certification of Autodesk Inventor 2021 software running on Amazon’s cloud platform.
Powered by 2nd generation AMD EPYC CPUs and AMD Radeon Pro V520 GPUs, Amazon EC2 G4ad instances accelerate the design and engineering processes, from 2D and 3D CAD drawings to 3D modeling, rendering, animations, and simulation.
Cloud-based and hybrid-cloud workflow models are ever more important in the current pandemic context and more enterprises and small to medium-sized firms are deploying them as part of their IT infrastructure. They help support flexible working conditions and keep remote staff working at optimal capacity.
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While accessing data from any device is critical during this time, one challenge has been enabling remote access to cloud solutions that require workstation-class, high-performance 3D graphics. That is now changing with Amazon EC2 G4ad instances.
With Autodesk Inventor 2021 software now certified for Amazon EC2 G4ad instances, enterprises can tap the power of workstation-caliber performance in the cloud.
Viewport Rendering—Radeon ProRender
Autodesk Inventor has available to it an AMD Radeon ProRender plugin. This enables the easy creation of photorealistic, physically-based raytracing renders of Autodesk Inventor assemblies.
To learn more about this new technology offering read the full blog post here. AMD has more on EC2 G4ad instances here.