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Top 12 Companies Empowering the Global High Performance Computing Market

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, Dell Inc, Atos SE, Microsoft Corporation, NVIDIA Corporation, IBM Corporation, Intel Corporation, Fujitsu Limited, Cisco Systems, Inc., Lenovo Group, Advanced Micro Devices, Inc, and NEC Corporation, among others, are the key players in the global market for high performance computing.

 

The global high performance computing market size reached a value of USD 44.5 billion in 2022. The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 7.30% in the forecast period of 2023-2028, to reach a value of around USD 67.6 billion by 2028. As per the analysis by Expert Market Research, the market is expected to be driven by the rising need for high-efficiency computing.

 

High-performance computing, or HPC, is a technique used to pool computer resources for parallel processing in order to run complex application programmes rapidly, consistently, and efficiently. HPC systems are highly suited for applications that require intensive performance data computation and involve several servers and micro servers for smooth operation.

 

The increasing demand for high-efficiency computing, growing acceptance of hybrid High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions, ongoing diversification and expansion of the IT industry, and technological advancements in virtualisation, are some of the factors that are anticipated to propel the market's growth. Due to their ability to process massive volumes of data quickly, HPC systems are being adopted by organisations in the government, defence, academic, energy, and utility sectors, which will further propel the growth of the high performance computing market.

 

The government-led digitalisation programmes and growing acceptance of cloud computing will greatly speed up market growth over the forecast period. High-performance computing (HPC) enables the development of high-performance capabilities to assist in the development of solutions for complex applications, such as high-frequency trading, computer-aided design, computational fluid dynamics, genomics-based personalised medicine, speech and facial recognition, autonomous vehicles, deep learning, pattern recognition, seismic exploration, and seismic tomography. 

 

The market for high performance computing is also fuelled by the widespread deployment of the internet of things (IoT), artificial intelligence (AI), and machine learning (ML), as well as by the market's increasing automation across numerous industries. A positive outlook for the high performance computing market is also being created by significant growth in the information technology (IT) sector, extensive research and development efforts carried out by leading players, and the introduction of industry 4.0.

 

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Top 12 Global High Performance Computing Companies:

Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 1939
Website: https://www.hp.com/

 

With its corporate headquarters in Palo Alto, California, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Development LP, generally known as HP, is an American global information technology business. HP offers software as a service (SaaS), cloud computing solutions, and software services like consulting, training, professional services, and support. It also provides hardware, software, and related services to individuals, small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), major organisations, and clients in the public sector, healthcare sector, and educational system.

 

Dell Inc

Headquarters: Texas, United States
Establishment: 1984
Website: https://www.dell.com/

 

Dell is an American international technology company with its main office in Texas. A large variety of consumer and commercial gadgets are produced by Dell, including personal computers, televisions, servers, smartphones, corporate software, and network and information security services. Dell is expanding its high performance computing (HPC) portfolio, providing strong solutions to assist businesses in quickly and confidently innovating. Dell provides technologies and services to assist customers in power demanding applications while making HPC capabilities more available to enterprises with a variety of new solutions.

 

Atos SE

Headquarters: Bezons, France
Establishment: 1997
Website: https://atos.net/en/

 

Atos SE is a world leader in digital transformation, dedicated to providing its customers with a secure and decarbonised digital experience. Atos is a pioneer in decarbonisation services and products, offering customised end-to-end solutions for all industries in 71 countries. The company provides information technology for games as well as cloud solutions, integrated systems, software, and cyber security for data centres. Its services and expertise serve the advancement of knowledge, research, and education using a multicultural perspective to foster growth in science and technology.

 

Microsoft Corporation

Headquarters: Washington, United States
Establishment: 1975
Website: https://www.microsoft.com/

 

Microsoft Corporation is the largest developer of personal computer software and applications. In addition to search and gaming, it is a top supplier of internet services like computer hardware, video games, cloud computing, and other services. Microsoft Azure high-performance computing (HPC) offers a complete set of computing, networking, and storage capabilities together with workload orchestration services for HPC applications. Azure offers comparable price/performance compared to on-premises choices with its purpose-built HPC infrastructure, solutions, and application services.

 

NVIDIA Corporation

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 1993
Website: https://www.nvidia.com/

 

NVIDIA Corporation, headquartered in Santa Clara, California, is well known for producing integrated circuits that are used in everything from personal computers to gaming consoles (PCs). The company is a leading producer of advanced graphics processing technology (GPUs). Since becoming the top producer of graphics hardware for video games, Nvidia has expanded into high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI). With GPU-optimised AI and HPC software that can be installed on GPU-powered HPC clusters, cloud instances, and workstations, NVIDIA enables HPC researchers to benefit from AI.

 

IBM Corporation

Headquarters: New York, United States
Establishment: 1911
Website: http://www.ibm.com/

 

The most well-known IBM products and services include data analytics, cloud computing, and hardware and software for computers. The company has made significant strides in research and development over the years, contributing to leading innovations such as the floppy disc, hard disc drive, and UPC barcode. In order to keep HPC settings operating, IBM Power Storage offers market-leading dependability. The offerings of IBM include AI & machine learning, asset management, analytics, compute and servers, business automation, database, DevOps, and networks, among others.  

 

Intel Corporation

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 1968
Website: https://www.intel.com/

 

Intel is a market leader in developing technology that transforms the world and improves people's lives. The advent of the intelligent edge, transition of 5G networks, and artificial intelligence (AI) are three major technological turning points that will together influence the direction of technology and are the focus of Intel. With the help of new HPC technologies, processors, and materials designed by Intel, quantum computing is moving from research labs to business worlds. Consistent data sharing and low-latency access to persistent data are provided by Intel® HPC storage and memory systems.

 

Fujitsu Limited

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Establishment: 1935
Website: https://www.fujitsu.com/

 

A market leader in IT services, solutions, and technology, Fujitsu has years of experience in developing IT systems, services, and digital solutions for both public and private sector clients, including those in the retail, healthcare, financial services, and automotive sectors. The company constructs entire IT solutions for hybrid cloud environments by integrating its own server and storage technology with networking and software products from strategic partners.

 

Cisco Systems, Inc.

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 1984
Website: http://www.cisco.com/

 

Cisco is a multinational corporation based in the United States that specialises in networking hardware, telecommunications equipment, software, and other high-tech products and services. The company develops, manufactures, and markets networking products and services based on Internet Protocol for the information technology and communications sectors. With its cutting-edge HPC solution, Cisco is able to satisfy the expanding computing requirements of market data feed handlers and other trading floor applications while attaining ultra-low latency performance.

 

Lenovo Group

Headquarters: Beijing, China
Establishment: 1984
Website: https://www.lenovo.com/

 

Lenovo, one of the leading personal technology firms in the world is involved in the creation, production, and promotion of technological goods and services. The product portfolio of the company includes personal computers, smart televisions, workstations, servers, storage, and mobile products including smartphones, tablets, and applications. With the goal of bringing exascale-level computing to businesses of all sizes, Lenovo, a world leader in high-performance computing, collaborates closely with other top market players.

 

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc

Headquarters: California, United States
Establishment: 1969
Website: https://www.amd.com/en

 

Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD) specialises in making semiconductors for use in computer processing. The company also produces flash memory, graphics processors, motherboard chip sets, and a variety of other components for consumer electronics products. Large scientific and engineering datasets may be handled with ease by AMD EPYC™ processors, making them ideal for compute-intensive modelling and sophisticated analytical methods. AMD EPYC™ delivers quick time-to-results for HPC and is used by many of the biggest, most scalable data centres and supercomputers in the world.

 

NEC Corporation

Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan
Establishment: 1899
Website: http://www.nec.com/

 

For computing and communications applications, NEC Corp. offers systems, components, services, and integrated solutions. NEC offers the best HPC solutions based on the highly developed expertise of its professionals. The company’s system integration and support staff operate the most complex environments for mission-critical productions, like weather forecasting. NEC has a committed sales and pre-sales team with extensive HPC expertise and an internal development team for innovative HPC solutions, allowing it to quickly embrace cutting-edge technologies to meet the demands of its clients.

 

*At Expert Market Research, we strive to always give you current and accurate information. The numbers depicted in the description are indicative and may differ from the actual numbers in the final EMR report.

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