Ansys is providing state-of-the-art simulation solutions for AWS Graviton2 processors empowering Ansys customers with more affordable access to Amazon Web Services cloud computing resources. The collaboration marks the first availability of Ansys' electronic design automation (EDA) semiconductor simulation solutions on the Arm Neoverse architecture, empowering engineering teams to improve design efficiency and ensure optimum chip performance. Complex simulations harness thousands of cores in the cloud over multiple days, which can be a significant part of product development costs. To achieve better price/performance and increase team-wide efficiency in the cloud, engineers require a cost-effective solution to work faster and more efficiently. Beginning with Ansys' APL characterization tool, Ansys will offer more of its semiconductor analysis software product suite, supporting the Arm Neoverse architecture that is used by AWS Graviton2-powered Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) instances. Arm engineers use APL and thousands of cores to characterize design libraries and calculate chip power and reliability substantially enhancing workload efficiency and ensuring chips will work optimally at mandated frequencies. The deployment of Ansys' APL characterization tool on Arm Neoverse affordably expedites the development and verification of technology solutions for Ansys customers on AWS. The availability of Ansys products on Amazon EC2 provides Arm engineers and AWS customers the option to lower their cloud computing expenses. The Graviton2 processor built on the Arm Neoverse architecture delivers up to 40% better price performance over comparable current generation instances for a wide variety of workloads.