HPC and AI in the Cloud: A Spotlight on Higher Education

Higher education institutions are no strangers to complex questions, large data sets, and advanced analyses. As such, these organizations have routinely needed high performance computing (HPC) platforms where large clusters of computational nodes conjoin with high volumes of storage and bandwidth to allow for faster computing and complex problem-solving.

But as cloud computing increases in popularity, and the need for complex modeling expands from the world of academia into the world of business, the technological and infrastructure options for how to run HPC and other demanding workloads — such as advanced analytics, AI, and machine learning (ML) — expand.

Dell Technologies and Intel® commissioned Forrester Consulting to evaluate this trend to understand how cloud is being used to run HPC and AI workloads within higher education institutions. The whitepaper outlines the key findings from this research.

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