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HP Helion Self-Service HPC helps you accelerate intelligence, 

create differentiation, and gain a competitive advantage by 

using high performance computing to the fullest.

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HP Helion self-service HPC solution stack

HP Helion Self-Service HPC is an integrated, full solution reference architecture of components tested and ready for deployment as shown below that work together to provide the capabilities and value of the solution. The components of the solution are kept modular to enable you to tailor the solution to your specific needs. As you can see, the solution can be applied easily to your needs in either implementing a new HP Helion Self-Service HPC solution from the infrastructure up or extending existing HPC system infrastructure and management by adding the cloud automation and management components and virtualization pieces if desired. To learn more about the solution stack, contact your HP representative or one of our cloud experts to request a demonstration.

 

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Customer Testimonials

ANSYS simulation software has been enabling engineering organizations of all kinds to confidently predict product operation and accelerate innovation. While ANSYS is optimized for HPC performance, many of these organizations are challenged by the task of deploying and managing an HPC infrastructure. The HP Helion Self-Service HPC solution with the self-service portal and automation should help put that innovation power in the hands of more engineers who are not familiar with HPC compute resources.

-Wim Slagter, Corporate HPC Product Manager, ANSYS, Inc.


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