HPE Moonshot: Opening the virtual doors

How education institutions can leverage high-end computing power to deliver exceptional results to demanding courses

High-end computing power for schools
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Higher education institutions have worked tirelessly to make an impressive shift to digital learning and teaching. The move has been fast and it has seen many education institutions undergo impressive learning curves. While not all moves to digital and remote learning have been seamless, they have been now been in place for long enough to have many institutions are wondering – what’s next?

The first rush to transition from in-person to remote learning is mostly complete, but what about the courses that demand high-end computers and the students that have struggled to get value due to limited access and capability? What needs to be done to fill in the last gaps to create a seamless experience for student and educator as the world approaches a new way of teaching?

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