HPCWire Talks with Lancium Compute President About how Lancium is Changing the Way We Look at HPC and the Energy Transition


With HPC demand ballooning and Moore’s law slowing down, modern supercomputers often undergo exhaustive efficiency efforts aimed at ameliorating exorbitant energy bills and correspondingly large carbon footprints. Others, meanwhile, are asking: is min-maxing the best option, or are there easier paths to reducing the bills and emissions of modern HPC? One such party is Lancium, a Houston-based company that aims to match gigawatts of stranded renewable energy with datacenter workloads like HPC for a fraction of the typical cost.