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Nov
08

Vendor Overview and Outlook: AMD in HPC

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents an overview and outlook for Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) in the worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) market, as of 2019. AMD is a major vendor of processors and related software for the worldwide HPC market and is under contract to be a key part of some of the first Exascale supercomputers in the U.S. Drawing on market tracking and surveys from the Intersect360 Research HPC advisory service, this report includes: ...

Nov
04

Vendor Overview and Outlook: NVIDIA in HPC

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents an overview and outlook for NVIDIA in the worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) market, as of 2019. NVIDIA is a major vendor of processing elements and related software for the worldwide HPC market. Specifically, NVIDIA contributes to HPC through the production of graphics processing units (GPUs), which are frequently used as computational accelerators for HPC applications. Drawing on market tracking and surveys from the Intersect360 Research HPC advisory service, this report includes: Latest survey share data for NVIDIA in HPC servers and related software ...

Oct
22

Vendor Overview and Outlook: Intel in HPC

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

  EXECUTIVE SUMMARY   This Intersect360 Research report presents an overview and outlook for Intel Corporation in the worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) market, as of 2019. Intel is a major vendor of processors and related software for the worldwide HPC market and is under contract as the prime vendor for the first Exascale supercomputer in the U.S. Drawing on market tracking and surveys from the Intersect360 Research HPC advisory service, this report includes: Latest survey share data for Intel in HPC servers and middleware ...

Oct
18

HPC User Site Census: Middleware and Developer Tools

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Intersect360 Research surveyed the High Performance Computing (HPC) user community to complete its eleventh Site Census study. The study is a look at their current computer system installations, storage systems, networks, middleware, and application software supporting these computer installations. This report provides a detailed examination of middleware and developer tools installed among responding High Performance Computing (HPC) user sites. Our goal in this analysis is to provide an overview of the middleware and developer tools space, including the breadth of packages and those that are most commonly...

Oct
15

Worldwide AI and Machine Learning Training Market Model: 2018 Spending and Future Outlook

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents the 2018 total market model and future outlook for infrastructure spending specific to the training of machine learning models, including deep learning and other models for artificial intelligence (AI). This report also gives an assessment of the adoption of machine learning training as a workload in shared environments, and how this affects system configurations and budgets. Machine learning has been in a very high growth stage. Spending on infrastructure for training machine learning models has grown over 50% per year the past two years, and...

Oct
07

HPC User Budget Map Survey, Special Report: Machine Learning’s Impact on HPC Environments

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Intersect360 Research surveyed the High Performance Computing (HPC) user community to complete its tenth Site Budget Allocation Map, a look at how HPC sites divide and spend their budgets. We surveyed users on their spending in seven top-level categories: hardware, software, facilities, staffing, services, cloud computing, and other. Each category was further divided into constituent subcategories, resulting in 27 unique items...