High Performance Computing

High performance Computing (HPC) is one option to amplify the capabilities of computing technologies.

 From a scientific point of view, High Performance Computing is the next stage or version of computers. They are based on von Neumann architecture, which enable extremely high-performance systems. HPC includes technologies like quantum and neuromorphic computing. A quantum computer is a computing device that uses quantum phenomena (quantum superposition, quantum entanglement) to process data, while a neuromorphic computer is a device that uses very large-scale integration systems containing electronic circuits and emulates the neural structure of the human brain. There is also another term for it: ‘next-generation computing’.

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