Steve Conway Joins Intersect360 Research Team

December 8, 2022

Veteran HPC analyst Steve Conway has joined the Intersect360 Research team, effective this week. As Senior Analyst, Conway will conduct HPC market research with a special focus on AI, edge and composable computing, while keeping close tabs on the international technology stage. In an interview with HPCwire... Read more…

Hyperion: QC Market Headed to $1.2B in 2025; Lots of Momentum but also Uncertainty

December 7, 2022

Hyperion Research delivered its latest outlook for the quantum computing market yesterday at the Q2B22 Conference, estimating revenues for 2022 will finish arou Read more…

Hyperion Paints a Positive Picture of the HPC Market

November 8, 2022

Return to normalcy is too strong, but the latest portrait of the HPC market presented by Hyperion Research yesterday is a positive one. Total 2022 HPC revenue ( Read more…

Hyperion: HPC Market is Stabilizing and Headed to $50B by 2026

May 30, 2022

While echoes of the pandemic continue rippling through the HPC landscape – primarily lingering supply chain issues – the outlook for the HPC market writ large is strong, according to Hyperion Research, which delivered its ISC 2022 HPC market update today. Last year, HPC spending (on premise, cloud, and AI) neared $35 billion and is on track to reach... Read more…

Intersect360: HPC Market Recovers, but Fails to Fully Rebound

May 29, 2022

This time last year, optimism abounded that the proliferation of vaccines and waning Covid rates would lead to a robust rebound for the HPC market in 2021. Need Read more…

Intersect360 Report: HPC Market Rebounding and on Track to Reach $60B in 2025

June 23, 2021

Despite the turmoil and uncertainty spurred by the pandemic, the broad HPC market finished 2020 at $38.9 billion in revenue, down just 0.2 percent from 2019. What’s more, HPC has returned to its growth track and is projected to reach $60 billion in 2025. While several HPC sectors slowed, surging government spending to fight the pandemic and ongoing... Read more…

Hyperion: HPC Server Market Ekes 1 Percent Gain in 2020, Storage Poised for ‘Tipping Point’

May 12, 2021

The HPC User Forum meeting taking place virtually this week (May 11-13) kicked off with Hyperion Research’s market update, covering the 2020 period. Although Read more…

Hyperion Research: COVID-19 Changing the Global 2020 HPC Market Landscape

November 18, 2020

Before the COVID-19 pandemic essentially stopped the world in its tracks in March, the global HPC server market was expected to grow from $13.7 billion in 2019 Read more…

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