Carlo Fortini is a geophysicist who designs innovative software to support exploratory activities.
Research and innovation are the key to major discoveries of new deposits worldwide. Successful exploration is due to strong relationships between people, technology and skills. Carlo works in the Upstream sector, for the exploration and production of hydrocarbons – the very heart of Eni's business. He works with HPC4, the world's most powerful industrial supercomputer. He has a passion for speed and challenges, both at work, where he manages huge quantities of data, and in his private life as a keen motorbike racer.
HPC4 is the world's most powerful industrial supercomputer. It is located in Eni's Green Data Center, where over 100 servers and 1,000 processors and CPUs are a genuine example of excellence in the field of digital transformation.
Thanks to HPC4, geophysicists like Carlo can give field workers the 'eyes' to see deposits lying thousands of metres below the earth's surface. To do so, they have to gather an enormous quantity of raw data and then convert it into meaningful information, in the form of images of the subsoil. What does a geophysicist need in order to carry out this transformation? Algorithms and supercomputers that generate ever more precise and accurate three-dimensional images. Essentially, they need HPC4.
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