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Application of innovative solutions, simulations or testing approaches and decreased time to market empowers SMEs to benefit from reduced cost by using HPC. Since having HPC technology in the house is costly and unsustainable, SMEs can now rely on the help from several competencies centres across the Danube region. The network of competencies centres that InnoHPC project is trying to establish is rich in competencies and modes of operation. The main discrepancy between demand and supply, revealed through the gap analysis, was the low level of expertise and scarcity of experts on the emerging HPC market. Thus, companies who seek expert help in the developmental process may be faced by the lack of supply.
Author(s): Suklan J
Editor(s): Roncevic, B; Coscodaru, R; Fric U
Publication type: Book Chapter
Publication status: Published
Book Title: Go with the flow : high performance computing and innovations in the Danube region
Print publication date: 15/07/2019
Online publication date: 15/07/2019
Acceptance date: 15/07/2019
Publisher: Vega Press Ltd.
Place Published: London, Budapest, Ljubljana
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