Tag Archives: Datacenters

  • Report: Machine Learning Workloads Bolstering HPC Market

    Intersect360 Research has completed its market sizing and a new five-year forecast for the High Performance Computing industry, announcing that the total worldwide HPC market grew 3.2% year-over-year, hitting $36 billion in 2018. As part of its HPC Advisory Service, Intersect360 Research tracks spending on HPC servers, storage, software, networking, services, and cloud computing worldwide. Top-level…

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  • Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model: Server Revenue Shares

    This Intersect360 Research report presents vendor revenue and market share for servers in the High Performance Computing (HPC) market for 2018. Intersect360 Research defines HPC as the use of servers, clusters, and supercomputers—plus associated software, tools, components, storage, and services—for scientific, engineering, or analytical tasks that are particularly intensive in computation, memory usage, or data…

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  • HP Enterprise Nears Deal to Buy Supercomputer Pioneer Cray

    Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. has agreed to buy U.S. supercomputer maker Cray Inc. in a deal valued at about $1.4 billion as the firm works to become more competitive in high-end computing. Cray investors will get $35 a share in cash, the companies said in a statement on Friday, confirming an earlier Bloomberg report. That represents a…

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  • Data Center Tiers: Formulating a Strategy

    Data centers serve as the foundation for the modern enterprise. Data centers power the IT systems that run complex businesses, including servers, backup systems, telecommunications equipment, and numerous other technology components. More than 8.5 million data centers exist worldwide, and the figure in the U.S. now tops 3 million. Keeping systems up and running is…

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  • Data Science Sparks the Gap Between HPC and Hyperscale

    Nvidia’s new data science servers can handle the entire data science workflow. In a wide-ranging keynote address that ran nearly three hours at the GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, Nvidia co-founder and chief executive officer Jensen Huang talked up the company’s successes and new products across its graphics, robotics, and AI and HPC lineups….

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