Many scientists and engineers have found that High Performance Computing (HPC) can solve problems, lead to insights, and generate discoveries faster and more efficiently than any other method— often reducing solution times from days or weeks to hours.
A practical approach to HPC assumes clearly defined goals that prevent the solution from becoming its own research project. An HPC solution should allow users to focus on their research and not the nuances of the HPC system.
Non-HPC users are often surprised to learn that HPC delivers a competitive advantage and remarkable return on investment. HPC has gone from a specialized back-room art to an essential and competitive tool. Some of the areas that benefit from HPC include Higher Education, Life Sciences, Manufacturing, Government Labs, Oil and Gas, and Weather Modeling and Prediction.