Perspectives on HPC Storage and Interconnects in the Second Half of 2021
Authors: Mark Nossokoff, Bob Sorensen
Publication Date: 1 202022
Length: 12 pages
Storage and interconnects continue to be important elements of HPC system architecture and are expected to take on even greater significance with increasing demanding and diverse requirements driven by both traditional compute-intensive HPC mod/sim workloads and data-intensive AI workloads. The significance is reflected in recent market data and near-term forecasts, technology adoption and utilization trends, industry announcements in the second half of 2021, and future storage and related technology research direction of Hyperion Research.
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
China’s AI Plans and Activities
Michael Feldman, Earl Joseph
China has emerged as the strongest regional contender to overtake the US in AI capability. The government has devised a strategy to attain global AI leadership by 2030, leveraging the country’s growing technological prowess, its enormous domestic market, and its position as the world’s second largest economy.
March 2020 | Special Report