How are data center requirements for AI, HPC and energy-intensive computing changing and what’s driving this?
There is a growing proportion of businesses and research laboratories utilising high-performance computing and high density infrastructure to run next-generation workloads ranging from the cross-industry use of AI and ML to the industry-defining processing of genome DNA sequencing to financial risk management and hedging.
As the next-generation enterprise data center continues to shrink on account of virtualization, the introduction of denser hardware, and modular design techniques, HPC-in-Action will explore the practical approaches to both high performance and high-throughput computing in the traditional data center as a multitude of challenges associated with processing vast quantities of data on-premise increase. In this broadcast, we ask how are data center requirements for AI, HPC and energy-intensive computing changing and what’s driving this?
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