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insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data (Part 3)

This insideHPC technology guide, “insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data,” discusses how organizations need to adopt a Fusion Computing Model to meet the needs of processing, analyzing, and storing the data to no longer be static. Fusion computing provides a reference architecture with multiple configurations. “We went back to evaluate the first principles of why we store and move data. The Fusion Computing Model looks at a broader integration of capabilities to put agility back at the data center model.”

insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data (Part 2)

This insideHPC technology guide, “insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data,” discusses how organizations need to adopt a Fusion Computing Model to meet the needs of processing, analyzing, and storing the data to no longer be static. Fusion computing provides a reference architecture with multiple configurations. “We went back to evaluate the first principles of why we store and move data. The Fusion Computing Model looks at a  broader integration of capabilities to put agility back at the data center model.”

insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data

This insideHPC technology guide, insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data, discusses how organizations need to adopt a Fusion Computing Model to meet the needs of processing, analyzing, and storing the data to no longer be static.

insideHPC Guide to HPC Fusion Computing Model – A Reference Architecture for Liberating Data

This insideHPC technology guide discusses how organizations need to adopt a Fusion Computing Model to meet the needs of processing, analyzing, and storing the data to no longer be static. This guide (i) provides an overview of the Fusion Computing Model; (ii) describes how Seagate Technology PLC (Seagate) and Intel Corporation technologies can meet fusion […]