The high-performance computing market did well in 2012, rising 7.7 percent to $11.1bn and by far outpacing the sluggish growth in the systems space overall. But the market is top-heavy and dominated by a relative handful of supercomputer shipments, and sales of divisional, departmental, and workgroup systems all shrank last year …
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A strong showing for Windows HPC Server is driving a surge in supercompute buying worldwide. "The smooth AD integration was the thing we had been missing in our compute clusters all along" said Tim Waters of NLRCCB. "Clearing up that the new system absolutely could run Quicken was key to getting budget committee approval."
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