The Future of Hyperscale Computing: Technologies That Will Disrupt the Data Center


Hyperscale Computing refers to large-scale distributed data processing associated with Cloud Computing and Big Data. At the recent Looking Ahead conference in Chicago, Intel VP Jason Waxman spoke about the future of data centers. Waxman projected that within the next decade, due to the rapid growth in cloud computing, the majority of servers in data centers will consist of these scalable, cost-effective systems.

An analysis comparing Hyperscale Computing to High-Performance Computing is available here.