COVID-19 has done what many government officials, CEOs and CTOs found hard to do. Accelerate digitalisation. Government officials and business executives all have vital roles to play in guiding their countries and organisations to function effectively through the COVID-19 crisis. The scale and impact pose a real threat to a nation’s survival and business continuity in companies everywhere. It has also significantly impacted every aspect of life – from a nation’s competitive advantage, enterprises, economies operations and financial systems, to society and everyday life. It is reshaping the world as we know it.
The speed and need to digitalise a nation or business has gathered greater momentum and urgency. It is vital for our government agencies, enterprises and IHLs to leverage high performance computing technologies to help achieve innovations with agility and precision.
It is through data that ground-breaking scientific discoveries are made, game-changing innovations are fuelled, and quality of life is improved for billions of people around the globe. HPC is the foundation for scientific, industrial, and societal advancements.
This webinar will allow attendees to understand various scientific expertise and the high performance computing capabilities.
Examples of HPC application areas and case studies will help give you a better grasp of how you can apply HPC in your work. Learn how to access the petascale (a quadrillion floating-point operations per second) ASPIRE 1, Singapore’s first national supercomputer at the National Supercomputing Centre (NSCC).
HPC resources are beneficial in a variety of ways and in a number of different sectors. It enables research of the highest computational complexity and data-intensiveness to be completed in shorter time spans. It enables areas like advanced modelling & simulation, artificial intelligence, machine learning and Big Data analytics for fields like genomics, biomolecular modelling, advanced manufacturing and design, digital twin technologies, weather forecasting, climate research and quantum computing.