High-Performance Architecture Briefing

2 hours
Businesses cannot be high performing unless their architecture is also high performing. In this briefing, you will gain an understanding of high-performance architectures, focusing on maximizing computational power and efficiency in processors, memory, storage and networking.


In this briefing, you will gain an understanding of high-performance architectures today, its purpose and its importance. 

High-performance architecture (HPA) refers to a design approach focused on maximizing computational power and efficiency in a system or structure. It involves optimizing various components, such as processors, memory, storage and networking, to achieve superior performance in executing complex tasks and handling large-scale workflows. High-performance architectures often employ parallel processing, advanced algorithms and specialized hardware to deliver exceptional speed, throughput and responsiveness.

In the briefing, we want to gather your perspective on the technology and discuss your business challenges and needs. 

You will learn about the benefits of HPA technology including increased efficiency, improved productivity and cost savings, specifically regarding HPA technology, its security and governance.

Additionally, the briefing includes discovering your perspective on the technology and discussing your business challenges and needs. 


  • What is modern, high-performance architecture?
  • Why is it different?
  • AI workloads leveraging high-performance architectures
  • Trends in high-performance computing
  • Trends in high-performance data solutions
  • Trends in high-performance networking
  • Data governance
  • Why choose WWT for data solutions?

For WWT St. Louis Onsite and time permitting:

  • ATC Tour (optional): Tour of the ATC campus.
    • The ATC is a collaborative ecosystem used to design, build, educate, demonstrate, and deploy innovative technology products and integrated architectural solutions for our customers, partners and employees.
  • NAIC Tour (optional): Tour of the NAIC campus.
    • North American Integration Center (NAIC) campus is WWT's 2.5 million square feet (about twice the area of Chicago's Millennium Park) of warehouse and integration space.

Goals and Outcomes

  • The briefing helps customers determine the next steps in the technology adoption process, such as conducting a proof of concept, further technical briefings, or engaging in a pilot project.
  • Determine next steps for follow-up meetings.
  • Set schedule for detailed High-Performance Architecture workshop (6 hour).

What is a Briefing? A scheduled event with a WWT Subject Matter Expert – typically via a live Webex – where our experts present an overview of specific topics, technologies, capabilities, or market trends. Your attendees are allotted time for Q&A to pose questions specific to your organization.

Who Should Attend? CEOs, CIOs, CDOs, data owners, line of business owners and IT Directors. Anyone interested in learning more about how data strategy can change how they do business today and deliver relevant services to end-users.