Web 3.0 is still being defined but experts believe it will create a deeply indexed information superhighway not only serving its users with a unique experience based on preference, but it will also support an army of artificially intelligent virtual agents capable of analyzing petabytes of unstructured data and returning actionable results. Sounds brilliant, but hard realities like the one-size-fits all cloud solutions offered by AWS and the relative immutability of the speed of light, our current system would crumble under the weight of Web 3.0. Companies like Ampd Gaming Technologies (AMPD.C) are positioning to facilitate Web 3.0 with their leading-edge last-mile high performance computing solutions.
Ampd offers a bespoke high-computing option to the creaky software-switched server set-up that companies like AWS typically provide. Having a locally stationed server farm built just for you insures data compliance, low-latency and elastic computing power that you don't have to share with anybody else. Ampd's high performance computing solutions will impact multiple verticals from video game streaming and to medical research, so it is no wonder that analysts expect the high performance computing market to grow at 7.4% CAGR to reach USD$47.02 billion by 2024.
When Darpa created what we know today as the internet, users huddled by 1200 baud modems and 'surfed' the net using unix grep commands. It took forever to download and navigating the space took a fair amount of skill and an incredible amount of patience. It wasn't long before Lynx hypertext was laid over top, making the information superhighway accessible to more than just computer nerds. However, it wasn't until the creation of the World Wide Web in 1989 that the real world took notice and the internet was born. Now the internet is on the cusp of evolving yet again and Ampd Gaming Technologies is already taking it to the next level with high-profile clients such as iconic animation house, Bardel Entertainment.
Equity.Guru's own Chris Parry spoke with Ampd Gaming Technologies CTO, Don Bustin, to get a better look at the company, the market, high performance computing and why as a business, you should consider upping your HPC game and why as an investor, you should sit up and pay attention. Listen in!