Moore Threads MTT S-series GPUs and Delta’s eZWalker Review software have recently completed mutual product compatibility certification. Moore Threads MTT S-series GPUs and Delta’s eZWalker Review software have passed the certification requirements in terms of basic functions, compatibility, running speed, and stability, and can provide users with security, stability, and reliability.
At the moment, digital twin application and development are gradually transforming into technology. 3D proofreading in industrial digital twin scenarios can strictly control model data quality, effectively avoid defects and contradictions in the design stage, and reduce engineering construction costs. High requirements, and overall GPU performance is a key determinant of software running efficiency and visualization. Because all computing resources are affected during the proofreading process, whether it is roaming and browsing the 3D model with transparency, hiding, discoloration, partial sectioning, and so on, or performing cross-professional cross-collision checks on pipelines, equipment, and building structures through the 3D model. There is a lot of demand, which puts a lot of strain on the GPU.
“3D Visual Review System” is the Chinese name for Dameisheng eZWalker Review. It is equipped with the XRE rendering core, which has independent intellectual property rights and can analyze and realize the model from various 3D system data such as building (BIM), factory (PIM), and machinery. It is extremely light and meets the designer’s needs for 3D proofreading, construction simulation for the builder, and visual operation and maintenance training for the owner. It can not only meet the needs of the review process, but it can also create roaming simulation animations, one-click VR immersive browsing, and approval models to meet the needs of users with varying needs.
This time, Moore Threads MTT S-series GPUs and Delta’s eZWalker Review software have completed mutual compatibility and adaptation certification, which will further facilitate digital model review and expand industrial digital twin application scenarios. In the future, the two parties will continue to leverage their respective advantages to create a more solid and dependable industrial digital twin digital foundation, provide powerful tools for enterprises to increase efficiency and digital transformation, and jointly promote the industry’s new development.
Beijing Dameisheng Software Co., Ltd. (“Dameisheng” for short) is an industrial digital twin base provider with 500+ professional “software + engineering” teams dedicated to independent visualization, lightweight core technology, and engineering-based solutions. It combines data with operations and maintenance, creating a “Digital Twin” for customers and a full-life asset management and value enhancement solution.
Moore Threads is a high-tech integrated circuit company that specializes in GPU chip design. Its primary focus is the development and design of full-featured GPU chips and related products that can provide powerful computing acceleration capabilities to Chinese technology partners. Founded in October 2020, the company is dedicated to developing a new generation of GPUs for meta-computing applications, constructing a comprehensive computing platform that integrates visual computing, 3D graphics computing, scientific computing, and artificial intelligence computing, and establishing an ecosystem based on cloud-native GPU computing to help drive the digital economy’s development.
Moore Threads is distributed by Unixcloud Technology (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd. Unixcloud has a long history of product development and manufacturing. Moore Threads’ official authorized distributor is UnixCloud. It focuses on the field of edge computing in response to the computing power requirements of artificial intelligence development, and it offers the industry edge computing products and solutions that meet a variety of AI requirements. UnixCloud launched the 10G network card business at the same time, offering four-port and two-port 10G optical fiber network cards based on the Mucse-based network controller N10.