Tag Archives: Industry Insight

  • Everything you Need to Know About High-Performance Computing in the Cloud

    Highly complex processes like gene analyses, artificial intelligence (AI), and mechanical load simulations demand large amounts of computing power. A few years ago, these processes were implemented using expensive supercomputers. Fortunately, companies can now leverage cloud-based High-Performance Computing (HPC). HPC can process massive amounts of data in the most efficient way and solve complex problems…

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  • High Performance Computing: The Time is Now

    In today’s data-driven world, high performance computing (HPC) is emerging as the go-to platform for enterprises looking to gain deep insights into areas as diverse as genomics, computational chemistry, financial risk modelling and seismic imaging. Initially embraced by research scientists who needed to perform complex mathematical calculations, HPC is now gaining the attention of a…

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  • Reining in and Optimizing Cloud Spending

    The fundamental advantage of using cloud services to deliver IT resources needed to support daily business operations is the flexibility they allow: on-demand applications and instant infrastructure that can be ordered, provisioned, and delivered in minutes without the delays often involved in submitting equivalent requests to internal IT departments or waiting for suitable on-premise architecture…

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  • High-Performance Computing 101: HPC and How Engineers Can Use It

    In the world of engineering and design, high-performance computing (HPC) has been used to accomplish complex tasks with ease. This has led to its popularity, but many still struggle with figuring out the proper configurations, how, and when it should be deployed. This struggle is partly due to confusing HPC with traditional supercomputers and the…

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  • Scaling for 5G: From Data Centers to the Edge

    It’s tempting to think of fifth-generation wireless (5G) as just an incremental improvement. 5G is the number that comes after 4G/LTE after all, but the impacts promise to be epic. 5G networks will reach speeds as high 20 Gbits per second, support 1 million devices per square kilometer, and provide 1 msec latency, unleashing the…

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