Make supercomputing accessible to all

Supercomputers are extremely expensive and require a lot of power and specialised infrastructure to run. Typically used by governments, universities and large corporations that have a need for massive computing power, an increasing number of applications are accessible to smaller organisations and even individuals. 

The use of technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning, the internet of things, natural language processing and deep learning is no longer restricted to a limited number of highly specialised organisations but is becoming increasingly frequent. There is, for example, a considerable surge in the use of supercomputers by innovative startups in the field of artificial intelligence.

Wide range of sectors

Supercomputing is used by organisations in fields spanning from the transportation and logistics industry to pharmaceutical, manufacturing, banking and creative industries - and we are still scratching the surface of the astonishing potency of supercomputing in industrial and scientific functions.

Small companies, large groups, research centres

The private-sector customers of MeluXina range from start-ups to large groups as well as research centres. While users from academia tend to be explorers and go for the state of the art and new, untested territory, industrial clients often want to use top-notch technologies that are proven. These include computer vision and natural language applications, for example, as well as simulations, which historically have been the main high-performance computing (HPC) use case.

A national competence centre to support HPC users

Supercomputing Luxembourg, the National Competence Centre in High-Performance Computing, has been set up to provide guidance, operational support and training for HPC users and connect them with the country’s supercomputers. Contact us for more information and support.