To provide a few examples: Big Pharma uses HPC to run protein sequencing on new drugs, greatly reducing the time needed to bring new treatments and medical devices to the market. Pharmacists model drug interactions. Innovators and researchers collaborate via a remote laboratory to conduct a live experiment, thereby maximizing their results and collaborating across the globe to find the very best solution.
In all of these cases, HPC works to lower costs, allow unprecedented collaboration, increase positive patient outcomes, and condense the research cycle needed for new treatments.
Because HPC delivers the massive amounts of computing power required for this data-intense workload, the promises of modern medicine can finally be realized.