Grid power pays off

Grid computing is no longer the preserve of scientific number crunchers. From oil exploration, pharmaceuticals and banking to SMEs, it is proving its worth for those needing high performance computing.

Grid computing is no longer the preserve of scientific number crunchers.

From oil exploration, pharmaceuticals and banking to SMEs, it is proving its worth for those needing high performance computing.

 

 

 

How grid power pays off for HSBC

Banks trial evolutionary computing approach to ‘breed out’ inefficiency

BAE looks to improve plane design using high-performance computing

Microsoft to provide grids for SMEs

Climate change grid project stalled by 'major error'

Grid project hits one gigabyte a second

Datacentres move towards a virtual future as cost benefits drive server consolidation

 


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This was last published in September 2006

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