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Sep
01

Traditional HPC 2007 to 2012 Market Model and Forecast September 2008

Addison Snell, Laura Segervall, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.,

This Tabor Research report presents our estimates for the size of the overall traditional High Productivity Computing (HPC) market, including servers, storage, services, software, networks, and other products. It also provides our forecast for the market, which we expect to grow at a 7.8% CAGR from 2008 through 2012. The Traditional HPC market in total (including servers, storage, software, networks, and other products) represents an $18.6 billion market in 2007, growing by over $8.5 billion by 2012 to reach $27.2 billion. Servers...

Aug
01

HPC User Site Census: Systems August 2008

Addison Snell, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D., Erin Diaz,

Tabor Research surveyed the High Productivity Computing user community to complete its first Site Census Report, a detailed examination of the server systems found at a sample of HPC user sites. We surveyed users on their systems’ suppliers, architectures, node counts, operating systems, interconnects, memory usage, processor types, and storage. We additionally surveyed users on their server storage systems, networks, middleware and software, which will be covered in future reports to be released throughout the year. We analyzed the data to recognize...

Aug
01

HPC User Site Census: Interconnects/Networks August 2008

Addison Snell, Laura Segervall, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.,

This fifth report in our Site Census series provides an examination of the server interconnects and network characteristics found at a sample of HPC user sites. We surveyed a broad range of users about their current computer system installations, storage systems, networks, middleware, and software supporting these computer installations. The other reports in this series include: HPC User Site Census: Systems, HPC User Site Census: Processors, HPC User Site Census: Storage, and HPC User Site Census: Life Cycle. Our goal in...

Jul
01

HPC User Site Census: Life Cycle July 2008

Addison Snell, Laura Segervall, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.,

This fourth report in our Site Census series provides an examination of the lifespan of the systems installed at a sample of HPC user sites. We surveyed a broad range of users about their current computer system installations, storage systems, networks, middleware, and software supporting these computer installations. The other reports, HPC User Site Census: Systems, HPC User Site Census: Processors, and HPC User Site Census: Storage focused on server suppliers, server node characteristics, processors-related trends, and storage issues. Our goal...

Jun
01

HPC User Site Census: Storage June 2008

Addison Snell, Laura Segervall, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.,

This third report in our Site Census series provides an examination of the storage characteristics and capacity found at a sample of HPC user sites. We surveyed a broad range of users about their current computer system installations, storage systems, networks, middleware, and software supporting these computer installations. The initial two reports, HPC User Site Census: Systems, and HPC User Site Census: Processors focused on server suppliers, server node characteristics, and processors-related trends.1 Our goal in this analysis of storage systems...

Apr
01

HPC User Site Census: Processors April 2008

Addison Snell, Debra Goldfarb, Christopher G. Willard Ph.D.,

The second Site Census Report in our series is an examination of the processors found at a sample of HPC user sites. We surveyed a broad range of users about their systems’ suppliers, architectures, node counts, operating systems, interconnects, memory usage, processor types, and storage. The initial report, HPC User Site Census: Systems focused on server suppliers and server node characteristics.1 Our goal in its analysis was to discover processor-related trends within the HPC user communities and explore how the data varies...