Amid of the International Supercomputing Conference; HP announces a High Performance Computing (HPC) alliance with Intel Corporation. The partnership will avant-garde customer innovation and expand accessibility of HPC to enterprises of all sizes.
To increase accessibility of HPC, the companies will launch a new Center of Excellence (CoE), which is designed to bring a community of experts from both companies to support customers in planning, developing, deploying and managing HPC solutions.
HPC is strongly foot printing in enterprises which delivers a significant approach beyond public and educational sectors accelerating the pace of big data analytics and business insight.
The diverse need of market is boasting demand of HPC across commercial enterprises including:
- A wealth of new big data sources from the adoption of mobility, cloud computing, multimedia, social collaboration and the Internet of Things (IoT)
- The rapid transformation of business processes across key industries, such as oil exploration, human genomics and real-time financial trading
- Recent advancements in processing technology that enable new levels of compute efficiency, scalability and ultra-high-speed processing performance, at a price-point that aligns with traditional general purpose IT.
With this alliance, companies now have the much needed accessibility to best-of-breed Intel and HP technology, industry-optimized HPC solutions from HP and the HPC CoEs with experts who can help achieve business goals.
Talking on the alliance, Bill Mannel, vice president and general manager, HPC and Big Data, HP Servers said; “As data explodes in volume, velocity and variety, and the processing requirements to address business challenges become more sophisticated, the line between traditional and high performance computing is blurring.” “With this alliance, we are giving customers access to the technologies and solutions as well as the intellectual property, portfolio services and engineering support needed to evolve their compute infrastructure to capitalize on a data driven environment.”