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Why a HPC Solution is Right for your Business

White Paper Published By: Lenovo and Intel
Lenovo and Intel
Published:  Aug 02, 2018
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

Sponsored by Lenovo, Intel and SUSE

Having the right, scalable, IT systems to handle large compute workloads, while tapping into massive data sets, is critical to a project's success and even the success of your business. HPC solutions, powered by Intel® technology, offer greater value potential by combining the density of blade computing with the economics of rack-based systems. Learn how businesses like yours are using HPC technology to expand IT infrastructure, improve development, accelerate overall innovation, and stay on budget.

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