high-performance computing

Demand for high performance computing services continues to grow significantly

Technology innovation continues to create more data around the world, requiring streamlined data solutions, faster processing power, storage in efficient locations, and a redefining of energy resources.

The use of high-performance computing (HPC) has become globally widespread across government and academia and virtually all fields of industry and commerce.

At the nexus of all these industries lies a seismic opportunity for infrastructure providers that can competitively and sustainably cater to this ceaseless demand for performance.


Impact and demand

EdgeMode provides cost effective HPC demand solutions to clients looking to reduce compute costs and improve speed of execution and profitability.


Exponential technological advances are still predicted across all major industries, with the need for computing processing power tripling in the next five years. This need will push the big data market forecast revenue to ~$110B by 2028.

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Why it’s time to migrate your high-performance computing to the cloud

When there is a need for more computing power than you can find in your average PC, this is where high-performance computing (HPC) comes in.

On a basic level, HPC is all about aggregating computer power in such a way that it packs more of a punch than traditional computers and servers. It allows for the processing of data, and solving of calculations, at speeds that were once unfathomable. When you are aware that quadrillions of calculations can be solved every second, it becomes clear just how powerful HPC is.

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What is high-performance computing (HPC) and why does it matter?

For many people, at home, harnessing the power of their laptop, or desktop is sufficient. After all, these devices come with 3 GHz processors and can far outperform any human in terms of speed.

With the ability to carry out some 3 billion calculations every second, human beings are left in awe of this power. Where high-performance computing comes in is when this already awe-inspiring speed is not enough.

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The high-performance computing environment of the future

It is, perhaps, somewhat unbelievable when you consider the impact that high-performance computing has had, and continues to have. In the not too distant past,

HPC was the reserve of universities and major corporations. Now we have seen it enter the mainstream and bring benefits beyond science and reaching out into a multitude of other industries.