Leading HPC Vendor Market Share Update
Authors: Alex Norton, Earl Joseph, Steve Conway and Bob Sorensen
Publication Date: October 2018
Length: 11 pages
Over the past decade, the relative positions of HPC vendors in terms of revenue have shifted and evolved due to acquisitions, changes in product lines, and advances in technology. Hyperion Research sees this pattern continuing as we project out over the coming years as new areas of technology emerge and current technology evolves.
Buyer Expectations for Short-Term Growth in Spending for HPC Servers, Public Clouds, and Desktops
Throughout the year, Hyperion Research conducts surveys to ask buyers about their near-term expectations for spending on HPC. We ask whether in the next quarter the amount they expect to spend will increase, decrease or stay the same. If they expect spending to go up or down in the next quarter, we ask by what percentage.
October 2019 | Special Report
Forecasts of ARM-based On-premise HPC Servers
Earl Joseph, Steve Conway, Alex Norton
Since the dawn of the Supercomputer Era in the 1960s, a succession of base processors (CPUs) has attempted to satisfy HPC users' nearly insatiable demands for fast solution times on a wide spectrum of challenging problems, combined with affordability and energy efficiency. Chief among these entrants were vector processors, which ruled the HPC market through the 1990s, then RISC processors, and then x86-based processors, which began their steep ascendancy at that time and continue to dominate the market today, often in tandem with GPUs or other accelerators.
January 2021 | Special Report