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High Performance Computing (HPC) is the use of parallel processing techniques and advanced computer architectures to perform complex computations at high speeds. It is used in scientific research, engineering, weather forecasting, and many other applications that require large amounts of computing power.
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As enterprises and research institutions deploy high-performance computing (HPC) environments, they often focus on the hardware and expertise resources they require but forget to consider the data center. This DataBank blog presents the five key criteria to consider when looking for a data center to support an HPC infrastructure.
Breaking Down the Computing Demands of a HPC Environment Recently, DataBank announced the development of a new 94,000 sq. ft. data center in downtown Atlanta for anchor-tenant, Georgia Institute of…
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