Wales already has a distinct advantage in this area through its PS40million High Performance Computing project, although the challenge will be to ensure that this initiative is fully exploited not only as an academic tool but as a driver of this important new industry.
What does HPCP stand for?
HPCP stands for High Performance Computing Project (Rutgers University)
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We have 3 other meanings of HPCP in our Acronym Attic
- Health Planning Council of Northeast Florida
- High-Performance Computing Network
- Hospice Palliative Care Nursing Standards (Canada)
- High Pressure Cut Out (type of switch)
- Harris Prairie Church of Christ (Granger, IN, USA)
- Highland Park Church of Christ (Topeka, KS, USA)
- Hydro Power Construction Oversight Committee
- Health Professions Career Opportunity Program (California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development)
- Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (book)
- Hewlett-Packard Certified Professional
- High Power Cordless Phone
- High-Performance Concrete Pavement (US DOT)
- Highland Perthshire Communities Partnership (UK)
- Historic Preservation and Community Planning
- HIV Prevention Community Planning Committee (Virginia)
- HIV Prevention Community Planning Group
- Hospice and Palliative Care Partners of Ohio (Cleveland, OH)
- HIV Prevention Community Planning Support and Development Initiative (New Brunswick, NJ)
- High Performance Concrete Reinforcing (manufacturing technology)
- High Performance Corrosion Resistant (trademark of Abu Garcia)
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The Hyperion project will provide three critical objectives for high performance computing projects.
As a result, applications get to market faster, development and resource costs are lower, and high performance computing projects see revenue sooner.
in their high performance computing area, and at Los Alamos National Laboratory where he managed multiple high performance computing projects, developed strategic simulation capabilities and managed the largest dedicated unclassified super computer in the United States.
The goal of the SETI@home project, which is the first distributed, high performance computing project to offer the general public the opportunity to participate in important research, is to help the institution collect and analyze large amounts of critical radio data from space.