• Current use and future trends in HPC within financial services

Current use and future trends in HPC within financial services

High Performance Computing (HPC) on cloud is now mainstream. Read how top banks use HPC and learn how others are joining this processing revolution.
Cloud is the only answer for large complex computations such as FRTB. GFT’s paper offers an independent view of how investment banks use and plan to use HPC.
Cloud is the only answer for large complex computations such as FRTB. GFT’s paper offers an independent view of how investment banks use and plan to use HPC.
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How will you expand HPC capacity?

40%


of Tier 1 banks will expand on premise

100%


of Tier 1 banks will use cloud

100%


of Tier 1 banks plan to use hybrid cloud scheduled burst

80%


of Tier 1 banks plan to use hybrid cloud dynamic burst

High performance computing

High Performance Computing (HPC) in the cloud is suitable for all complex calculations. However, the technology is particularly useful for applications in capital markets, insurance and industrial IoT. <br/>Key visual depicting an IT professional managing high-performance computing (HPC) solutions. The image features a woman working on a laptop in a server room, surrounded by networking cables and server equipment.
High Performance Computing (HPC) in the cloud is suitable for all complex calculations. However, the technology is particularly useful for applications in capital markets, insurance and industrial IoT.
Key visual depicting an IT professional managing high-performance computing (HPC) solutions. The image features a woman working on a laptop in a server room, surrounded by networking cables and server equipment.
High performance computing (HPC) on the cloud gives you instant access to aggregated computing power and you only pay for what your use.