Supercomputing: a key cornerstone of the data-driven European economy

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The nature of computing is changing with an increasing number of data-intensive critical applications: by 2020, 25 billion devices will be connected and will generate over two zettabytes of traffic every year. In the face of these growing needs, the EU aims to see a supercomputer based on homegrown technology among the world top three by 2022. More than EUR 700 million have already been committed for HPC-related activities, and EU researchers are already taking huge steps to bridge the gap between technical capacity and industry needs.

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