High Performance Computing

High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the use of advanced computing systems and techniques to solve complex computational problems. HPC systems typically consist of clusters of powerful computers that work together to execute large-scale computations quickly and efficiently.

HPC has many applications across a wide range of industries, including scientific research, engineering, finance, and healthcare. Some of the key applications of HPC include climate modeling, drug discovery, financial modelling, and genomics.

HPC also presents significant technical challenges, including the need to design algorithms that can scale to thousands or millions of processing cores, as well as the need to manage and distribute data efficiently across multiple nodes.

Overall, HPC enables researchers and organizations to tackle complex problems that were previously infeasible, and it is expected to play an increasingly important role in driving scientific and technological progress in the future.

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