Tag: Rocky Mountain Supercomputing
We need econometric models to help demonstrate that HPC, especially for the on-demand environment, is a viable tool for economic development.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) applications have been among those relegated to the traditional mode of software delivery until more recently as some of the main players in the industry have taken the first tentative steps toward to the clouds. This new delivery model marks a paradigm shift from a business model standpoint and has the potential to bring compute-intensive GIS applications to a larger user base than ever before.
Rocky Mountain Supercomputing Center is one of several such centers across the nation providing high-performance compute power to boost local and regional business and government initiatives. This is what Ed Dodds, Director of RMSC calls “HPC for the New Main Street.”
Montana super for rent.