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Expand HPC (High Performance Computing) capabilities and lower the barriers to adoption, also means:

We live now in a data-driven age where developers, organizations, governments and businesses of all-size need powerful and streamlined infrastructures to develop, run, monitor and scale their critical IT systems, cloud apps, web and mobile apps. 
In this context, Expand HPC (High Performance Computing) capabilities and lower the barriers to adoption, means inter alia:
Deliver supercomputer-like capabilities,
System-level innovations in processing, memory, software and fabric technologies,
System capabilities designed and optimized for different usages, from traditional HPC to the emerging world of big data analytics and everything in between,
Enable more scalable, seamless, power-efficient, flexible and balanced HPC systems,
Simplify the procurement, deployment and management of HPC systems,
·        It also means, broader the accessibility of HPC to more industries and workloads such as data-driven analytics, visualization and machine learning, and more.

Simplify the procurement, deployment and management of HPC (High Performance Computing) systems

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Our connected world is henceforth influenced inter alia: by workloads such as data-driven analytics, visualization and machine learning.
Data-centric industries including: telecommunications, healthcare CSPs, finance, banks, web and mobile services are facing this reality and therefore are demanding supercomputer-like capabilities to gain real-time, business and actionable insights from these increasingly large and complex data sets.

Intel Corporation has announced several advancements to its Intel® Scalable System Framework (Intel® SSF) that promise to bring high performance computing (HPC) capabilities and benefits to more industries and new workloads.
Connectikpeople.co salutes this momentum alongside the Intel® Omni-Path Architecture (Intel® OPA), a new HPC-optimized fabric technology that can make the performance of HPC clusters more accessible to a broader variety of users.