Nvidia made waves in March with the announcement of the Kayla development platform for CUDA on ARM processors. Next week at ISC’13 in Germany, E4 Computer Engineering will demonstrate its new, low-power E4 ARKA SERIES, a Kayla device equipped with an Nvidia Tegra Quad-Core ARM A9 CPU as well as an Nvidia GPU.
For the datacenter, E4 will also demonstrate the ARKA EK002, a 3U dual-node server featuring Nvidia Tegra3 CPU QUAD-Core ARM and a Kepler K20 GPUs configured with a Mellanox ConnectX-3 FDR 56Gb/s InfiniBand Adapter. The device is designed to be a development platform for HPC, Finance, and Energy applications.
To learn more, check out the E4 booth #267 at ISC’13.