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Hardware and software co-design

We design everything, software and hardware, for a single task: solving Maxwell’s equations. This approach leads to record-setting speed and performance. In this sense, Tidy3D is the high-performance “race car” of electromagnetic simulations.

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Harnessing parallelism

Most of the interesting problems in electromagnetics require large simulations on the order of millions to billions of grid cells. Massive parallelization helps Tidy3D simulate billion-size problems in minutes. It provides a seamless experience to get design work done promptly.

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Never worry about hardware

Tidy3D analyzes simulations to determine the optimal hardware configuration. Deployed in the cloud, it can seamlessly allocate hardware adaptively to give the best possible experience with optimal performance. The user never needs to worry about hardware resources, everything is handled adaptively by Tidy3D.

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Expedite the design of photonic integrated circuit

Speed validation by a customer shows that their simulation of a large photonic integrated circuit completes in just over 3 minutes compared to previous simulations taking 27 hours on a 96-core instance running conventional FDTD.

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Expedite the design of photonic integrated circuit

Fast speed to discover new sciences

Physicists at Yale University recently used Tidy3D to prove the existence of Anderson localization of light. Because of the statistical nature of the study, thousands of large simulations are needed to prove localization. Simulations of this scale would take weeks on typical computing platforms, but minutes on Tidy3D, enabling a study of this scale for the first time.

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Fast speed to discover new sciences