Top 10 Predictions for the Global HPC Community in 2023
Authors: Mark Nossokoff, Bob Sorensen, Jaclyn Ludema, Melissa Riddle, Tom Sorensen, Earl Joseph
Publication Date: February 2023
Length: 4 pages
For 2023 and beyond, Hyperion Research makes these predictions for the worldwide HPC market:
1. Strong growth in the leadership-class segment will support modest growth across the global on-premises HPC market.
2. The advanced computing sector and its associated supply chain will become increasingly driven by national and regional government policies that stress domestic capabilities.
3. Sustainability and energy efficiency considerations will become a dominant factor in many procurements.
4. Cloud utilization will shift from predominantly experimentation to predominantly production workloads as users gain familiarity and confidence with cost, performance, and workflow integration expectations. This will include the initial erosion of on-premises spending in the low end of the HPC market.
5. 2023 will be the year of AI regulation.
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Bob Sorensen, Earl Joseph
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The high performance computing (HPC) sector is in the early stages of a major reinvention, fueled by a confluence of innovation in HPC hardware and system architectures, changing algorithms and application bases, and new access models.
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