Data Foundry’s Edward Henigin Explains How World-Class Data Centers Address HPC Needs

“According to a survey by Microsoft, 89% of oil and gas experts believe that to efficiently collect, store, process, and report data, the need for high-performance computing (HPC) is critical.”

Data Foundry’s own Edward Henigin recently wrote an article highlighting the specific benefits World-Class Data Centers provide to HPC users in the Oil & Gas industry.

In this article Mr. Henigin talks about how HPC environments require a higher density of power and produce significantly more heat than standard server environments. He also illustrates how World-Class Data Centers offer Oil & Gas companies greater flexibility, accessibility, and security at lower cost.

To learn how World-Class Data Centers, like Texas 1, meet the rapidly growing demands of Oil & Gas HPC environments, read World-Class Data Centers Meet Oil, Gas HPC Needs on E&P.

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