High Performance Computing (HPC)

HPC computing, such as IBM Blue Gene/Q and HP Apollo supercomputer systems deliver ultrascale performance within a standard programming environment while delivering efficiencies in power, cooling and floor-space consumption. HPC solutions enable Federal agencies, businesses and science labs to address a wide range of complex problems such as mapping the human genome, predicting climate trends, and safeguarding nuclear arsenals.

Supercomputers, such as IBM’s Power 775 supercomputing server is designed for organizations that require a highly scalable system with extreme parallel processing performance and dense, modular packaging. Use it in clustered configurations of as few as 256 processor cores or in world-class supercomputer configurations of hundreds of thousands of processors. Combined with specialized software from IBM, this system is designed to perform and represents the latest Power technology available.