Density-optimized for HPC and Big Data

Go big in a small footprint with systems purpose-built for high performance computing and Big Data.

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To solve the world’s most challenging problems, scientists, engineers, and analysts push the boundaries of performance. Yet scaling today’s systems to ExaFLOPS would consume roughly the output of Hoover Dam and take up the space of 30 football fields1.

This is unsustainable. So HP has reinvented high performance computing by changing the equation of performance to space and power. Add the needs of our data-driven world to the equation, and you will meet the new Apollo.


 
 
 

NREL Peregrine

Water-cooled perfection. The HP Apollo 8000 System at the NREL Energy Systems Integration Facility wins an R&D 100 award.

Read about the award

Peregrine: Saving $1M per year operations costs

The National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) researchers are dedicated to transforming the way the world uses energy. That is the case with the organization’s new high-performance computing system. While providing an astounding amount of compute power to drive renewable energy research, the NREL supercomputer is breaking new ground in energy-efficient computing with a liquid cooling system developed by HP.

 
1. According to the DOE Office of Science 2010 report, The Opportunities and Challenges of Exascale Computing.
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