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Harness the power of supercomputing

Supercomputers break out of the lab and into business problem solving.

Arming innovators to take on their greatest challenges means continually pushing the boundaries of our data-first world. We are about to enter the exascale era, where a new generation of data insights is possible with powerful supercomputers able to tackle the most complex, data-intensive workloads—including advanced analytics, artificial intelligence, and deep learning—with unmatched scale and flexibility. In the stories that follow, we'll get you up to speed with the latest supercomputing advances.

HPC as a service: High-performance computing when you need it

The cost of entry has always been the barrier to applying HPC to a broader range of business applications. With HPE GreenLake for HPC delivered as a service, high-performance computing can reach out and touch all aspects of business processes.

How supercomputers can help save the planet

LUMI, one of the fastest and greenest supercomputers in the world, will enable scientists to build a 'digital twin' of the earth to better understand the impact of human activity on climate change.

Feeding the world, one terabyte at a time

As the global population explodes, HPE's Memory-Driven Computing Sandbox is the power behind a new effort to improve the world's food security.

Supercomputing: Coming to a data center—or even a desktop—near you

Experts explore how a new generation of more accessible supercomputing options, including supercomputing as a service, will help businesses use their data to make better decisions and build better products.

Six ways the world's fastest computers have changed your life

As Bob Dylan rightly observed, you don't need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows. But if you want to do long-term forecasting, predict the path of a Category 5 hurricane, or simulate the damage from decades of climate change, you'll need a supercomputer.

Supercomputers, AI, and the power of big datasets

New interest in supercomputers is being spurred by capabilities brought to light in the race to find a cure for COVID-19. Medicine, finance, logistics, and more will benefit.

A growing reality: AR at the edge

Engaging augmented reality applications illustrate powerful ways of connecting the digital and physical worlds — whether that's placing a virtual sofa in your living room as part of an immersive retail experience or enabling predictive maintenance guided by real-time data and an overlay of step-by-step visual instructions.

Q&A: Argonne National Laboratory's Rick Stevens talks about 'the biggest, baddest' computer in the world

Supercomputers are about to become a whole lot more powerful, enabling researchers to tackle some of the world's biggest problems.

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