IT PRO goes to HP’s supercomputer centre

The tech giant plans to introduce an extra 3,000 nodes in the coming months, signaling HP is serious about HPC.

Once customers have signed up for an HPC project, HP not only provides the equipment but offers support before, during and after deployment.

Of course, they have to sell the idea to customers first so the show rooms in Grenoble show off how supercomputing deployments could help businesses:

Showroom 1

Showroom 2

Businesses will be able to take advantage of HP expertise both at the HPC EMEA Competency Centre and on their own premises.

Not only can they gain help understanding what architecture and solutions design suits them best, they can learn about new and future generations of HP and Intel HPC technology.

Tom Brewster

Tom Brewster is currently an associate editor at Forbes and an award-winning journalist who covers cyber security, surveillance, and privacy. Starting his career at ITPro as a staff writer and working up to a senior staff writer role, Tom has been covering the tech industry for more than ten years and is considered one of the leading journalists in his specialism.

He is a proud alum of the University of Sheffield where he secured an undergraduate degree in English Literature before undertaking a certification from General Assembly in web development.