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Annual Demand Grows for High-Performance Computing

Annual Demand Grows for High-Performance Computing

2019 was the year that high-performance computing (HPC) in the cloud hit a tipping point. Cloud spending for HPC work is projected to jump from just under $2.5 billion in 2018 to approximately $4 billion by the end of 2019 — that’s a 60 percent jump.

via Next Platform

Cloud Computing: Why High-Performance Hardware Matters

Cloud Computing: Why High-Performance Hardware Matters

Next-generation workloads can require specialized hardware capabilities, but enterprises embracing the cloud often overlook such considerations completely. For some, that can mean reduced performance and value.”

via WSJ

How AI Creates Demand for High-Performance Servers

How AI Creates Demand for High-Performance Servers

Riding healthy U.S. and global economies, strong demand for AI-capable hardware and other tailwind trends, the high-performance computing server market jumped 28 percent in the second quarter 2018 to $3.7 billion, up from $2.9 billion for the same period last year.

via HPCwire

How Cognitive HPC Platforms Transform Big Data Analytics


There’s an explosion of data being created by a variety of existing and emerging IT applications. Converting raw data into meaningful insights is a global trend that’s driving demand for solutions.

Source: Digital Lifescapes

Why U.S. Operators Drive Hyperscale Data Center Growth

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More enterprise data centers are being impacted by a shift to cloud-based hosted service offerings. CIOs have acknowledged that when it comes to commodity x86 servers, the hyperscale service providers are often much better at delivering IT infrastructure for mainstream workloads.

Source: Digital Lifescapes