Addison Snell will present some of the top insights from recent market intelligence studies from Tabor Research, including forward-looking views of the vertical markets, new applications, and technologies with the best prospects for growth in 2010 and beyond. Snell will discuss expansion of both usage contexts and technology contexts. HPC usage models will include not only traditional HPC applications in science and engineering, but also “Edge HPC” applications such as complex event processing, virtual environments, and ultrascale business computing. Meanwhile, technology evolution continues in multiple dimensions, with innovations in interconnects, accelerators, and software. By examining workflows and bottlenecks, we can predict important areas for investment and growth.
To put some flesh on those bones, Addison shared his slides with me and gave me permission to share them with you. As (or if) I get more, I’ll put those up too.
Slides from Addison Snell’s talk, “HPC Trends for 2010: On the Rebound” [PPT]