HPC comes with particular considerations, energy consumption is high, both for powering and cooling the machines, and this has an impact on cost, whether you are storing on-premises or colocating in a data centre.
HPC isn't new, scientists have been using it for a long time. But these days, data is big business. Unfortunately, that fact hasn't escaped the notice of cyber criminals.
Bringing HPC into your business is a huge investment. And if you aren’t using it all the time, is it money well spent? These are the issues that have led businesses to move HPC to the cloud.
High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are fundamentally different from each other, but how they work together is vital to the future of computing.
HPC is revolutionising what companies can do with their data analysis, and to help you figure out if HPC is a good fit we've put together a brief history and a review of HPC's current status.
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