Hyperion Research Expands Analyst Team – HPCwire

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May 2, 2022
ST. PAUL, Minn., May 2, 2022 — Responding to the company’s steady year-over-year growth and new business opportunities, including over 20 new clients this past year alone, Hyperion Research, the leading industry analyst and market intelligence firm for high performance computing (HPC), AI, cloud, quantum, and associated emerging markets, is adding new analysts and announcing promotions among existing staff members. 
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Hyperion Research looks forward to continuing to help worldwide organizations make effective decisions and seize growth opportunities by providing superior data-based market research and analysis on HPC, AI, cloud, big data, quantum computing and emerging technologies. 
About Hyperion Research 
Hyperion Research is the premier industry analyst and market intelligence firm for high performance computing (HPC) and associated emerging markets. Hyperion Research analysts provide timely, in-depth mission-critical insight across a broad portfolio of advanced computing market segments, including High Performance Computing (HPC), Advanced Artificial Intelligence (AI), High-Performance Data Analysis (HPDA), Quantum Computing, Cloud and Edge Computing. 
Hyperion Research provides data-driven research, analysis and recommendations for technologies, applications, and markets to help organizations worldwide make effective decisions and seize growth opportunities. Research includes market sizing and forecasting, share tracking, segmentation, technology, and related trend analysis, and both user and vendor analysis for multi-user technical server technology used for HPC, AI, Cloud, Quantum and HPDA (high performance data analysis). The company provides thought leadership and practical guidance for users, vendors, and other members of the global HPC community by focusing on key market and technology trends across government, industry, commerce, and academia.
The industry analysts at Hyperion Research have been at the forefront of helping private and public organizations and government agencies make intelligent, fact-based decisions related to business impact and technology direction in the complex and competitive landscape of advanced computing and emerging technologies for more than 25 years.
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