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HPC in 2008: Where the Growth Really Is

by Addison Snell and Christopher G. Willard, Ph.D.
for Intersect360 Research (originally published under the Tabor Research name)
Jan 24, 2008

as published in HPCWire

In 2007 Tabor Research established the supply-side and demand-side research methodologies to determine the size and dynamics of the High Productivity Computing (HPC) market. From a technology perspective, we are investigating the products and services that complement the server or cluster portion of the HPC market, in order to establish the true market size beyond servers. From a usage perspective, we are looking beyond traditional HPC markets to new "threshold" application areas that have the potential for significant continued growth.

In mid-January Tabor Research will release preliminary 2007 revenue figures for the traditional HPC server market. This estimate will encompass all systems sold within traditional HPC markets, across industry, government and academia, including application areas such as manufacturing, oil and gas exploration, bio and life sciences, financial analytics, digital content creation or distribution, healthcare, utilities, academic and national research, and national defense.

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