In the latest issue of HPC Source, “A New Dawn: Bringing HPC to the Enterprise,” we look at how small- to-medium-sized manufacturers can realize major benefits from adoption of high performance computing in areas such as modeling, simulation and analysis.
In our cover story, “A New Dawn: Bringing HPC to Smaller Manufacturers,” John Kirkley a writer and editor specializing in HPC, takes a close look at bringing HPC to “backbone” manufacturers and at some of the challenges these organizations need to address to profit from adoption of HPC.
Zeroing in on this vibrant group that experts credit as the principal growth engine in many economies, Steve Conway, Research Vice President, HPC at IDC, talks about how — across the globe — HPC can boost competitiveness, and about how small and medium enterprises (SMEs) can play a strong part in his feature “Small and Medium Enterprises Enter the Limelight.”
Meanwhile, Gilad Shainer, Chairman of the HPC Advisory Council, examines how, for a small business, HPC can be a game changer. In “High Performance Computing for All (Yes, You Too…),” he shares some keys for a successful HPC infrastructure.
And finally, Rob Farber, an independent HPC expert, explores “Today’s Enterprising GPUs,” and explains how, as we follow the trickle-down through the enterprise, the number of options is continuing to grow, and how around the world, GPUs are now busily churning away making money for their owners.
Enjoy the issue!