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High Performance Computing in a Hybrid World

High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the practice of aggregating computing power in such a way that delivers the high performance required to solve large problems in science, research, engineering or business.  Traditionally, HPC has required large investments in on-premises infrastructure to deliver the performance needed, but the requirement for this computing power might not be consistent or warrant the need for such a large investment.  This is where Hybrid or Cloud HPC fits in perfectly, enabling you to take advantage of raw computing power and high performance as and when you need it and most importantly, cost effectively. 

Whether you are running consistent or intermittent research programmes or you are taking on projects involving the consumption of large amounts of data, Hybrid or Cloud HPC can offer you numerous advantages. 

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