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Research and Markets: Global High-performance Computing Server Market Forecasts & Opportunities, 2018

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lv97zj/global) has announced the addition of the "Global High-performance Computing Server Market Forecasts & Opportunities, 2018" report to their offering.

The market has recently witnessed the emergence of cloud-based HPC solutions, referred to as HPCaaS. Although cloud-based HPC accounts for a very small portion of the overall market, its deployment is gaining popularity in some organizations. These organizations are using cloud-based HPC solutions to improve operational efficiency in a cost-effective manner. It optimizes the business process and increases organizations' profits, thereby enhancing the productivity and competitive advantage. However, most cloud deployments are being done through private cloud models, rather than public cloud, due to data security and other concerns.

There are many factors driving the growth of the Global HPC Server market, one of the main growth drivers is the increase in big data. In the current business environment, every organization, irrespective of its size, stores a considerably large amount of data. The importance of a big data solution increases with the growth of the business. HPC solutions help organizations record the growth of their business over a specific period, which indicates the speed at which the business is developing. It also helps organizations analyze this stored data for future reference. Some of the areas where big data is applied are enterprise analytics, real-time analytics, data mining, research analytics, complex event processing, visualization, and research analytics.

Further, the report states that one of the main challenges is the huge investment requirement, as the deployment of HPC solutions is an expensive process. Enterprises face resource constraints and technological obsolescence factors while upgrading their existing HPC resources. This requires expensive infrastructure and complex programming, which in turn increases the criticality of the process.

Key vendors dominating this space are

  • Cray Inc.
  • Dell Inc.
  • Hewlett-Packard Co.
  • IBM Corp.
  • Silicon Graphics International Corp.

Other vendors mentioned in the report are

  • Bull SAS
  • Dawning Information Industry Co.
  • Fujitsu Ltd.
  • Hitachi Data Systems
  • NEC Corp.

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/lv97zj/global

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