Acquisitions Shake Up the HPC Middleware Landscape
Authors: Mark Nossokoff, Melissa Riddle
Publication Date: March 2021
Length: 4 pages
As workloads become more diverse and traditional enterprise datacenters are increasingly adopting HPC and HPC-enabled AI workloads, middleware is receiving more attention as part of the overall solution. HPC users desire a more intuitive experience and want to deal with fewer vendors. Middleware vendors want to expand their product portfolios and increase the markets they serve. Expanding product portfolios and increasing market reach can be achieved largely through either investment in current product lines or via strategic acquisitions. A recent example of the latter is Altair’s acquisitions of Univa and Ellexus.
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