Future Coexistence of Cloud and On-Premise Resources
Authors: Alex Norton, Mark Nossokoff
Publication Date: March 2021
Length: 4 pages
HPC in the cloud is augmenting many HPC users’ access to resources today as utilization of cloud grows at an aggressive rate, causing HPC centers to create plans for how to effectively use public clouds as part of their approach to running HPC workloads. This includes future system planning as well as in-house personnel decisions for handling data center management. Many HPC users and datacenter managers are investigating the potential tradeoffs, benefits, and downsides of on-premise deployments and cloud utilization.
Projected Major Near Exascale and Exascale Roll Outs and Revenues 2020-2025
Earl Joseph, Steve Conway and Bob Sorensen
Countries around the world are developing plans for the next generation of large supercomputers, with investments that exceed $300 million per system in many cases. This Quick Take provides Hyperion Research's estimate of schedules of installations and prices of accepted near-exascale and exascale supercomputers around the world.
June 2019 | Quick Take
HPC Supplants Smart Phones as Key Business Driver at World’s Largest Chip Foundry
Steve Conway, Bob Sorensen, Alex Norton, and Earl Joseph
Taiwan-based TSMC, the world's largest chip foundry, recently announced (https://www.eetimes.com/document.asp?doc_id=1332869) that high performance computing (HPC) has supplanted smart phones as the most important driver of its business, although presumably not yet the largest financially.
January 2018 | Quick Take