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CGG Expands High-Performance Computing Capacity with New UK HPC Hub

By Eric Van Rees - 12th April 2022 - 06:58

To support continued differentiation in its core business and accelerate the development of its new activities, CGG is significantly expanding its high-performance computing (HPC) capacity and associated service offerings.

The company recently signed a lease to build a new European HPC hub in Southeast England that will become operational in H1 2023 and increase its cloud HPC capacity by up to 100 petaflops.

Building on over a decade of cutting-edge HPC innovations and experience, including liquid cooling to implement high power density and high-efficiency full-immersion environments at its Houston facility, the new UK HPC Hub will leverage new innovations in all areas, including industrial HPC and energy efficiency to bring significant advantages to specialized HPC application. In addition, as part of CGG’s commitment to green energy and reduction of its GHG Scope 2 emissions to meet its pledge to become carbon neutral by 2050, the new hub will be powered with 100% renewable energy, as are CGG’s other UK operating sites.

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