High Performance Computing

High-performance computing refers to the process of combining computing resources in order to tackle significant challenges in research, engineering, or business at the substantially greater performance that conventional computing could not reach. Although HPC was once reserved for major corporations with the capacity to develop these powerful computers, its ability to analyze huge volumes of unstructured data and determine relevant business insights has made it appealing to many other sectors.

As more computer activities migrate to cloud platforms and software systems become more standardized, companies are seeking methods to include HPC into their data operations.
To execute HPC, data centers require computers and servers ready to handle large-scale data, as well as a nearly failsafe networking solution between them. The HPC cluster will be performing quadrillions of calculations per second, and the network infrastructure must be able to immediately sequence and analyze data.

GROVF RDMA over Converged Ethernet (RoCE v2) system can offer significant performance advantages over conventional send/receive network semantics and provide for high bandwidth and low latency computing in the data center.