2022 HPC Market Results and a Historical View of the HPC Server Market by Region, 2017-2022
Authors: Melissa Riddle, Mark Nossokoff and Earl Joseph
Publication Date: August 2023
Length: 5 pages
The QView market tracking database includes profiling on all of the HPC server sales for the past 20 years. This report focuses on historical data and trends for the HPC on-premises technical servers by region over the last five years (2017-2022). The QView has recently expanded to incorporate China as a major region. Now the six regions represented in the QView are: North America, EMEA, Japan, China, APAC (without Japan and China), and the rest of the world. As seen below in Figure 1, North America contributed less than half (44.7%) of the worldwide HPC server revenue in 2022, with EMEA contributing just under a third (28.0%).
ORNL’s Summit Supercomputer: World’s Fastest HPC On Wide Application Base
Bob Sorensen, Earl Joseph, Steve Conway, Alex Norton
DOE's recent announcement of the operational Summit supercomputer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) marks a shift in the global lead for supercomputer performance from China back to the United States.
June 2018 | Quick Take
Catalyst UK Announcement Bolsters Arm Processor-Based HPC Ecosystem in Europe
Alex Larzelere, Bob Sorensen, Earl Joseph, Steve Conway and Alex Norton
On April 16, 2018, Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) in conjunction with SUSE and Arm teamed up with three leading UK universities to form the Catalyst UK program with the objective of accelerating the adoption of HPC by industry in the UK. The three-year program will center on the installation of an Arm processor-based supercomputer deployment spread across the University of Edinburgh, the University of Bristol, and the University of Leicester, due to be completed in summer 2018. In addition, the program is looking to reach out to UK industry to jointly develop Arm-based applications and workflows. Hyperion Research believes this effort is an important indicator of the UK’s commitment to building an indigenous HPC ecosystem centered on Arm processors, and one that could have wider implications for bolstering Arm-based HPC adoption in future European HPC designs.
April 2018 | Quick Take