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From the Data Center to the Edge and to the Cloud The Future of HPC Is Hybrid

Jean-Luc AssorToday, high-performance computing (HPC) can support the entire product lifecycle from design to operations. This requires HPC to embrace hybrid models across the edge, core data centers, and cloud. One of the main attractions of the Internet of Things (IoT) is that it continuously provides manufacturers with sensor data from the ongoing operation of devices, machines, and facilities. This information forms the basis for an improved user experience and improved operations such as predictive maintenance, fault analysis via digital twins. New IoT use cases like predictive maintenance fuel HPC growth. However, this very HPC growth drives some underlying challenges and pressure on HPC to embrace new deployment models and technologies. In his CIO Review article, Jean-Luc Assor, Worldwide Manager Hybrid HPC at Hewlett Packard Enterprise describes the major challenges and the opportunities for companies to embrace new deployment models and technologies.

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