Large cloud providers have increased their focus on HPC and added more specialized HPC services to their offerings. But is this really a cost effective long-term strategy for running AI workloads or simulations that can benefit from capacity at scale?
In the world of compute, everything is about getting as much capacity as possible for your calculations. Due to the capacity required to deliver true High-Performance Computing (HPC), both securing power and finding it at highly competitive pricing becomes particularly relevant.
As HPC adoption increases across industries and verticals, some companies face a difficult challenge. Their workload demands an upgrade to HPC, but their budget and staffing seems more suitable to a low cost, low maintenance and high convenience cloud offering. Yet the nature of their business and competitive marketplace may also require all the rigorous […]
atNorth prides itself on offering its customers high-performing, easily scalable HPC infrastructure, the keystone of which is our HPCFLOW service. We are proud to have been featured in a recent Intel case study that highlights the role that technology from Intel and HPE plays – alongside our own extensive cloud and HPC expertise – […]
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