"The global HPC market forecast exceeds $30 billion in 2016 for all product and services spending, including servers, software, storage, cloud and other categories, with continued growth expected at 5.2 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) through 2020," Addison Snell, CEO, Intersect360 Research, said in a statement.
"Bolstered by its combination with EMC, Dell will hold the number-one position in total HPC revenue share heading into 2017," Snell added.
The company is now offering "Cycle Computing" software and services to enable cloud orchestration and management for HPC workloads.
Dell EMC has collaborated with Intel to power advanced HPC for life sciences and democratise HPC capabilities for mainstream enterprises on-premise and in the cloud.
"We strongly believe that our customers in India will be able to further accelerate the progress of technology development in their respective domains by deploying our expanded line of HPC solutions," added Manish Gupta, Director and General Manager, Infrastructure Solutions Group, Dell India.
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