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IDC Talks Convergence in High Performance Data Analysis

According to an article published on datanami, at the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC’13) this week, convergence is in the air as many discussions are including talk about the merging of traditional high performance technical computing with the rising data tides of the enterprise. Putting data and use cases on display, the analysts at IDC gave their view of this convergence space – and shared their own name for it: High Performance Data Analysis (or HPDA).

The challenges of big data are nothing new to the technical users of high performance computing (HPC). But with the emergence of big data, enterprises are finding that they, too, require advanced data-intensive simulations and analytics to pan value from their data before it becomes a missed opportunity. For some vendors, this can represent a swing in bottom line dollars that begins to approach a billion dollars.

IDC analyst, Steve Conway says that their shiny, new term covers data-intensive modeling and simulation (as it’s been practiced forever in the original big data market, High Performance Computing), as well as the newer analytical methods that are gaining adoption by commercial entities as they move up for the first time into HPC.

Read more on datanami

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