Adaptive Computing Addresses Converging HPC-Cloud Market
November 23, 2011: After a less-than-stellar 2009, the high-performance computing industry turned in a strong showing in 2010, surging 22.4% to $25.6 billion in total product and services revenue. Performance will continue to grow at a 7% compound annual growth rate, reaching $36 billion in 2015 (Intersect360 Research Worldwide). HPC specialists Adaptive Computing are looking to cash in on this growth with the launch of the Torque 4.0 beta and the new Moab HPC Suite Enterprise Edition.
Torque offers petaflop scalability and enterprise-ready speed and reliability, while the Enterprise Edition combines Moab’s battle-tested HPC workload management products with implementation services and 24-by7 support, says Lane Franks, VP strategy and operations. HPC and cloud customers concerned with scale and costs are looking for alternative solutions, says Franks.
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