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HPC solutions for all

HPE HPC solutions scale up or scale out, on-premises or in the cloud, with purpose-built storage and software to power innovation.  All your workloads, within your economic requirements.

Discovery enters the exascale era

Exascale HPC supercomputing will help solve the world’s most important and complex challenges. 

New storage for a new era

HPC & AI storage platform for the exascale era with Cray ClusterStor E1000

Density optimized compute for HPC and AI

HPE Apollo delivers purpose-built compute for demanding High Performance Computing (HPC) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications.

Comprehensive software portfolio

Offering solutions with proven track record of helping customers maximize use of their HPC systems so they can get results faster.

Density optimized compute for HPC and AI

HPE Apollo delivers purpose-built compute for demanding High Performance Computing (HPC) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) applications.

Comprehensive software portfolio

Offering solutions with proven track record of helping customers maximize use of their HPC systems so they can get results faster.

What's new in High Performance Computing

Unlock the value of accelerated computing with greater choice and flexibility

HPE Apollo 6500 Gen10 Plus Systems are ideal for all kinds of HPC, AI, and data analytics workloads. Now they’re even more flexible with 40 GB or 80 GB configurations of NVIDIA-based GPU memory.

What's new in High Performance Computing

Unlock the value of accelerated computing with greater choice and flexibility

HPE Apollo 6500 Gen10 Plus Systems are ideal for all kinds of HPC, AI, and data analytics workloads. Now they’re even more flexible with 40 GB or 80 GB configurations of NVIDIA-based GPU memory.

UPCOMING AND ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Discover HPE’s new building block for digital transformation

Join us to hear about HPE’s new building block for digital transformation, HPE Superdome Flex 280. This new solution can help you extract value from all your data and grow cost-efficiently through its unique modular architecture, breakthrough performance, extreme reliability and superior security.

HPC investments bring high returns: Out-compute your competition

Hyperion Research's CEO explains how 763 organizations average $47 of profit (or cost savings) per dollar invested in HPC. You will also learn why HPE is uniquely positioned to help you achieve similar results as your strategic partner.

Success in action
University of Leicester

DiRAC elevates theoretical physics and astrophysics with HPC

The types of calculations that DiRAC and the University of Leicester process span theoretical astrophysics, particle physics, cosmology, and nuclear physics to understand how the universe works. It requires supercomputing.

Challenge

Find a supercomputing solution that would support the types of complex HPC calculations that were required.

Solution

HPE worked closely with DiRAC and the university to design the exact system that was needed, and when implemented, it delivered groundbreaking science from day one.

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We can “do calculations which are 20 times faster than…this time last year. So it's really revolutionizing what we can do.”

Mark Wilkinson, professor, University of Leicester

Result

The university is capable of doing calculations 20 times faster, revolutionizing what it can do on particle physics calculations.

Watch the DIRAC video
Related Case Studies

Featured Exascale customers

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

U.S. Department of Energy and HPE to provide Oak Ridge National Laboratory lab with its first exascale supercomputer for 2021 deployment.

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

HPE to build the first exascale supercomputer for the US Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration (NNSA) and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory (LLNL).

Argonne National Laboratory

U.S. Department of Energy and HPE to provide Argonne National Laboratory with Aurora, the nation’s first exascale supercomputer.