Korea IT News is reporting that HP has won several major HPC deals recently in South Korea, threatening IBM’s local dominance in the supercomputing market.
According to the industry, on January 15, Hyundai Motor, pushing forward a project of purchasing new super-computers, finally chose HP Korea’s products, breaking the custom of using IBM Korea’s products for years. Hyundai Motor’s super-computers will be used for high-performance computing such as design, crash simulation, etc.
Additional HP wins listed in the story include the National Fusion Research Institute and the Agency for Defense Development, which was previously a Cray customer. Read the Full Story.