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Oct
04

HPC Budget Allocation Map: HPC Budget Distribution

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 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 included in the analysis. This report provides the average budget distribution for the responding sites within each top-level category and presents an entire view of the total HPC ...

Oct
01

Vendor Overview and Outlook: Cray in HPC

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents an overview and outlook for Cray Inc. in the worldwide High Performance Computing (HPC) market, as of 2019. Cray is a major vendor of servers, storage, and solutions for the worldwide HPC market, focusing in particular on the supercomputing segment of the market, and is a provider some of the most powerful HPC systems in the world. Drawing on market tracking and surveys from the Intersect360 Research HPC advisory service, this report includes:  Market share data for...

Sep
26

Worldwide Hyperscale Market Model: 2018 Revenue 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 the overall Hyperscale market, segmented into market tiers. Tiers are determined by total estimated annual IT spending on Hyperscale infrastructure: Tier 1, over $1 billion per year; Tier 2, $100 million to $1 billion per year; Tier 3, $1 million to $100 million per year. Organizations spending under $1 million per year are not considered to be part of...

Sep
24

Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model and 2019–2023 Forecast: Services Categories

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents the services segment of the 2018 total market model and five-year forecast for the overall High Performance Computing (HPC) market, segmented into constituent categories: maintenance and repair, systems engineering, systems integration, training, programming, and other. The forecast horizon is from 2019 through 2023, with compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) using 2018 as a base. Intersect360 Research defines HPC as the use of servers, clusters, and supercomputers—plus associated software, tools, components, storage, and ...

Sep
18

Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model and 2019–2023 Forecast: Software Categories

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents the software segment of the 2018 total market model and five-year forecast for the overall High Performance Computing (HPC) market, segmented into constituent categories: system software, middleware, developer tools, storage management software, licensed application software, transfer costs for internal software, and other. The forecast horizon is from 2019 through 2023, with compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) using 2018 as a base. Intersect360 Research defines HPC as...

Sep
16

Worldwide High Performance Computing 2018 Total Market Model and 2019–2023 Forecast: Server Class

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

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY This Intersect360 Research report presents the server segment of the 2018 total market model and five-year forecast for the overall High Performance Computing (HPC) market, segmented into constituent classes. The primary consideration for server class is sales price—entry-level HPC systemsunder $50K, midrange HPC systemsfrom $50K to $250K, high-end HPC systemsfrom $250K to $1.5 million, and supercomputersover $1.5 million—although architecture, sales channel, and sales cycle are all additional considerations. The forecast horizon is from 2019...