Why Flexibility is Critical to Hybrid HPC Success

The high-performance computing (HPC) field is currently going through some radical changes. The explosion of data[1] is driving a significant expansion in the demand of HPC services, as companies seek to exploit them through artificial intelligence, machine learning, and big data analytics. This massive demand requires technologies that can power exascale-class performance.

HPC is a key component of the Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) vision and growth strategy as it provides the backbone to process, analyze and extract insights from massive amounts of data. Additionally, thanks to HPE’s recent acquisition of Cray, customers can expect greater benefits and a more complete offering of services and products, including HPC as a Service and Hybrid HPC.

We will be discussing several key aspects of the hybrid HPC market, and how HPE can help you succeed in deploying and developing the right solution for your needs. When partnering with HPE, you rely on the experience of a market leader (now further enhanced with the acquisition of Cray), that can provide you the flexibility of on-premise and hybrid HPC solutions, through a network of specialized HPC cloud service providers.

Read the full article, by Jean-Luc Assor, on HPCwire.com.

[1] Over the next three years, the HPC segment of the market and associated storage and services is expected to grow from approximately $28 billion in 2018 to approximately $35 billion in 2021.

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