HPC Leading Edge, June 2018

Focus on the Oil and Gas and Energy Sectors

In this issue:

The Energy Data Rush

The energy sector relies on high performance computing to power the world.

Far from Simple Simulation

Making the most of energy resources with high performance computing.

Propelling Shipping to be Faster and Greener

Nakashima Propeller uses HPC to make ships more efficient while protecting the environment.

Winds of Change

A perfect storm of connectivity, simulation, analysis, and HPC is turning wind and solar into more reliable energy assets.

A Sense of Prediction

Sensus can proactively identify Internet of Things device performance trends and respond faster to customers using big data.

The Automation of Transportation

HPC drives billions of virtual miles toward the development of self-driving vehicles

Automating at OTTO

OTTO Motors runs thousands of software simulations before deploying one of its self-driving vehicles at a client site.

Autonomous Mining

Cat® trucks get the job done with the help of an HPC cluster from Dell EMC.

HPC at the Leading Edge: Oil Exploration

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By Addison Snell, CEO of Intersect360 Research

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