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Hyperion (IDC) Paints a Bullish Picture of HPC Future and of Cloud

This HPCwire article from John Russell provides an excellent status of the actual HPC market and its trends. Hyperion Research – formerly IDC’s HPC group – painted a fascinating and complicated portrait of the HPC community’s health and prospects at the recent HPC User Forum held in Albuquerque, NM. HPC sales are up and growing ($22 billion, all HPC segments, 2016). The new kid on the block – all things ‘big’ data driven – is becoming an adolescent and behaving accordingly. And HPC Return on Investment (ROI), at least as measured by Hyperion, is $551 per $1 invested (revenue growth) and $52 per $1 of profit invested. In earlier studies HPC user willingness to deploy in the cloud has often seemed tepid. Costs, security, adequate performance were all concerns, especially so in public cloud. Hyperion suggested attitudes seem to be changing and reported a jump in the number of HPC sites using public clouds – 64 percent now up from 13 percent in 2011, but cautioned that the size and number of jobs were still limited to a small proportion. Conversely, private and hybrid cloud use was growing fast and held more near-term promise. Read all the details HERE.

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