High-performance computing (HPC) allows users to use computer modeling, simulation, and analysis to solve complex, computationally challenging industry, engineering, and science problems. High bandwidth, enhanced networking, and robust compute capabilities are needed by HPC applications.
How does HPC work?
An HPC framework may be a single supercomputer or a cloud platform with a distributed cluster of GPU-intensive servers. While the terms “high-performance computing” and “supercomputing” are often used interchangeably, the two have substantial performance differences. A supercomputer is much faster than an HPC machine in terms of computation.
Why use HPC?
- Instantly analyze vast amounts of data, such as financial calculations.
- Streamline and optimize the data processing tasks to save costs.