FDTD++ is highly scalable, capable of performing desktop to massively parallel simulations.

FDTD++ has been designed from the ground up to be highly scalable, in order to take advantage of the speedup offered by high-performance computing. Based on the Message Passing Interface (MPI) system, FDTD++ is capable of performing simulations on systems ranging from personal computers to massively parallel systems. In fact, FDTD++ has been tested on a number of computing architectures, and is found to be stable even when performing simulations on 100K+ cores. This means that there is no limit to the size of simulation that can be performed, in terms of time, memory, etc.

Benchmarking and scaling results will be reported soon.