Complex math is at the heart of many of the biggest technical challenges facing today’s engineers. With embedded multi-core processors, the type of calculations that would have traditionally required a supercomputer can now be performed at lower power in a real-time, embedded environment. This article presents findings that demonstrate how a novel approach with Intel hardware and software technology is allowing for real-time high-performance computing (HPC) in order to solve engineering problems with multi-core processors that were not possible only five years ago.