The High performance computing (HPC) market is expected to grow from USD 36.0 billion in 2022 to USD 49.9 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 6.7%. The factors such as adoption of cutting-edge IT infrastructure solutions is growing significantly in the government & defense vertical —are driving the High performance computing market.
Rising demand for high performance computing in manufacturing industry are creating opportunities for the High performance computing market. Some of the key companies operating in the market are Advanced Micro Devices (US), Intel (US), HPE (US), IBM (US), Dell (US), Lenovo (China), Fujitsu (Japan), Atos (France), CISCO (US), Nvidia (Japan), NEC Corporation (Japan) and so on.
HPE(US) provides a range of HPC solutions to cater to the growing customer requirements. The company offers Superdome Flex, SGI 8600, Apollo 6000, Apollo 6500, Apollo 4000, Apollo 2000, and Apollo 10 systems to provide HPC solutions tailored as per customer needs. These solutions are used to solve large scientific, engineering, and data analysis problems. HPE invests heavily in R&D activities. In 2021, the company’s R&D expenditure amounted to USD 2.0 billion. The growth in R&D expenditure is primarily due to the increase in networking and technology services in the enterprise group segment. This increase in expenditure assists the company in enhancing its product and services portfolio.
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Dell (US) offers PowerEdge servers and Precision workstations, high-performance storage, Genomic Data Analysis Platform, and data center switches and services that cater to HPC needs. The Dell PowerEdge servers and Precision workstations are available in different form factors and can be configured to meet the flexibility and performance needs of users. These servers are designed for HPC environments with broad requirements, including more local Input/Output (I/O) capacity and expandability. On the other hand, Precision workstations run high-demand, industry-specific applications for scientific calculations, 3D industrial designs, remote visualization, engineering simulations, and digital content creation. To optimize infrastructure and minimize costly disruptions, Dell offers HPC deployment services with validated processes and best practices to efficiently plan, design, and implement HPC solutions.
Advanced Micro Devices (US) offers the AMD Opteron processor family with up to 16 cores and four memory channels to deliver high-compute capability, performance, and flexibility. These processors find applications in handling dense and multi-threaded workloads with large, complex datasets associated with supercomputing and HPC. The company also offers the AMD Ryzen processor, AMD CDNA 2 Architecture, AMD Infinity Architecture, and AMD ROCm family that caters to the HPC market. Its high-performance x86 Core “Zen” architecture is an x86 processor designed for HPC products. AMD provides AMD GPUs, which cater to compute-intensive applications and assist scientists and engineers in getting quick results. The company also provides EPYC server processors and Radeon Instinct GPU accelerators. These products cater to the demands of heterogeneous computing for machine intelligence and HPC
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