High Performance Computing (HPC) Facility

  • Steven Chapman (Manager)

Facility/equipment: Facility

    Equipments Details


    High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the action of making individual computers work together. As a group (or 'cluster') they can break up large tasks and each handle a small piece. This process means, in an age of Big Data, valuable answers can be rapidly arrived at, through HPC, from analysing data too big for a single desktop computer to handle.

    Equipment taxonomy

    • Parallel Computing


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