High Performance Computing (HPC) is a key enabling technology of the scientific research and applications community and heavily depends on cutting edge advances to improve performance and capabilities.
Facing increasingly complex problems, many Northrop Grumman customers require a combination of leading-edge computer, storage, and network technologies to meet their mission objectives.
In response Northrop Grumman has built a mission focused HPCC research and development program with laboratories containing HPC and Storage Area Network systems and connected via dynamic optical network-communication circuits where
customer applications can be optimized and extended with new capabilities. We make significant investments in HPCC architectures to determine the best solutions for our customers’ missions and focus on their scientific,
engineering, and research applications that require HPCC.
Northrop Grumman leverages HPCC to meet the mission requirements of customers throughout the Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community, NASA, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Institutes of
Health (NIH), Department of Energy (DOE), and other government agencies and research organizations. We deliver increased return on investment by helping customers better utilize their resources through balanced systems integration and software design, model modernization, performance enhancements, and improved experiment management processes. We enable the customer to focus on meeting mission objectives, rather than on solving computer, networking and storage integration issues. Northrop Grumman customers can leverage the latest HPCC offering to enhance their computational environment; optimizing its usability to solve science and engineering problems required to meet mission objectives.