High-productivity computing (HPC) systems are used to solve complex computational problems at a rate of one trillion calculations per second. Typically, HPCs from vendors like Cray, IBM, HP, SiCortex, and Dell are used in data centers, scientific research, enterprises, and government. This topic covers the latest on the HPC industry and new design characteristics that are taking shape to accommodate larger workloads with less electricity.
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