Paul Brook, pre-sales manager for data centric workloads at Dell Technologies, discusses the impacts high-performance computing (HPC) and AI advances have on business

"Back in 2009, surrounded by academics and at one of the most prestigious universities in the world, I was in the privileged position to help build the 20th fastest supercomputer in the world. Joining together 500 state-of-the-art file servers, data and low latency networks and x86 based CPUs, we delivered a High-Performance Computer (HPC) capable of crunching data to answer complex, albeit specific questions. Not only that, we did so at a cost appreciably lower than the system ranked 19th on the same list..."

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