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HPC Horizons Community Takes HPC to the Edge

by Addison Snell and Christopher G. Willard, Ph.D
for Intersect360 Research (originally published under the Tabor Research name)
Mar 13, 2008

as published in HPCWire

This week saw the inaugural meeting of HPC Horizons, a new community of HPC users, vendors, and policymakers dedicated to collaborative discussion of forward-looking topics that push the boundaries of High Productivity Computing. The two-day conference had 125 attendees and featured speakers that represented both traditional and emerging HPC applications. Tabor Communications, the parent company of HPCwire and Tabor Research and the founders of HPC Horizons, billed the event as a prelude to ongoing online discussions among a wider member audience.

The presentations, panel discussions, and community action groups provided a compelling view of future trends in HPC that will be important across both new and established HPC application spaces. Tabor Research observed many common threads and provides the following analysis.

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