Global High-Performance Computing Market Report 2022 to 2027 – Rising Investment in Data Centers to Support HPC Capacity Presents Opportunities

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “High Performance Computing (HPC) Market with COVID-19 Impact Analysis, by Component, Computing Type (Parallel Computing, Distributed Computing and Exascale), Sector, Distribution, Server Price Range, Verticals and Region – Global Forecast to 2027” has been added to the report offer.

The global High Performance Computing (HPC) market is projected to grow from USD 36.0 billion in 2022 to USD 49.9 billion by 2027, at a CAGR of 6.7%.

The large enterprise segment is expected to hold a higher market share during the forecast period

Organizations with an employee base of more than 1,000 people are considered large enterprises. As the adoption of new digital technologies increases, many large enterprises have replaced traditional data center infrastructure technologies and other management processes with HPC systems and solutions. Large enterprises are generally characterized by high server densities and high computational power requirements.

These organizations require a highly reliable infrastructure. HPC solutions can facilitate data center vendors with fast processing capabilities and deliver quick results, increasing their profitability. In addition, HPC solutions help large enterprises process numerous applications simultaneously in a short time, allowing for a significant reduction in downtime.

On-premises implementation of HPC to hold the largest market share during the forecast period

The local deployment consists of several dedicated compute nodes that are connected to their respective parent nodes and further connected to workstations. This type of distribution supports specialized hardware, such as InfiniBand and Graphics Processing Unit (GPU).

However, the emergence of HPC in the cloud has impacted the growth of the on-premises deployment type segment. However, organizations are implementing HPC solutions using on-premises type of deployment due to the security and confidentiality factors. Many vendors are making continued investments in the on-premise type of deployment, as well as developing new cloud business models for HPC. Major vendors offering on-premise HPC solutions include HPE, IBM and Dell.

Market dynamics


  • Growing need for efficient processing, highly scalable, and reliable storage

  • Growing demand for high-speed data processing with accuracy

  • Increased use of high-performance computing frameworks and deep learning in COVID-19 vaccine development

  • Increasing demand for high performance computing (HPC) systems in genomics research


  • Cyber ​​security concerns

  • High deployment costs associated with commercial high-performance computing (HPC) clusters


  • Increasing attention to the adoption of hybrid high performance computing (HPC) systems.

  • Introduction to Exascale calculation

  • Increasing investments in data centers to support HPC capacity


  • Fewer technical skills related to High Performance Computing (HPC)

  • Limited budgets of SMEs

  • Challenges in cooling HPC systems

  • Requirement of advanced frameworks to improve fault tolerance and ensure resiliency

Companies mentioned

  • Advanced Micro Devices

  • adaptive computing

  • Advanced clustering technologies

  • Advanced HPC

  • Poor Limited

  • Aspen system

  • Athos

  • Cisco

  • Dassault systems

  • Datadirect networks

  • Dawning Information Industry Co. Ltd. (Sugon)

  • Dell

  • Equius Computer

  • Excelero

  • Fujitsu

  • GigaByte

  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HP)

  • IBM

  • I inspire

  • intel

  • IronGlobal

  • Lenovo

  • Microsoft

  • Mounting technology

  • Nec Corporation

  • NetApp

  • Nvidia

  • Oracle

  • The computer penguin

  • Web services

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