Today TYAN announced support and availability of the NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40 and P4 GPU accelerators with the new NVIDIA Pascal architecture. Incorporating NVIDIA’s state-of-the-art technologies allows TYAN to offer the exceptional performance and data-intensive applications features to HPC users.
Real-time, intelligent applications are transforming our world, thus our customers need an efficient compute platform to deliver responsive and cost-effective AI,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “TYAN is pleased to work with NVIDIA to market FT77C-B7079 and TA80-B7071 servers with P100, P40 and P4 to market. The TYAN NVIDIA-based server platforms allow hyper-scale customers to deploy accurate, responsive AI solutions, and to reduce inference latency up to 45x. The high throughput and best in class efficiency of Pascal GPUs make it possible to process exploding volumes of data to offer cost effective, accurate AI applications.”
TYAN HPC platforms with support for NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40, P4 include:
- 4U/8 GPGPU FT77C-B7079 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3/v4 (Broadwell-EP) processors, 24x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x PCI-E x8 mezzanine slot for high-speed I/O option, 10x 3.5″/2.5″ hot-swap SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE/GbE LOM, and (2+1) 3,200W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.
- 2U/4 GPGPU TA80-B7071 – Support up to 2x Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3/v4 (Broadwell-EP) processors, 16x DDR4 DIMM slots, 1x PCI-E x8 slot for high-speed I/O option, 8x 2.5″ hot-swap SAS or SATA 6Gb/s plus 2x 2.5″ internal SATA 6Gb/s HDDs/SSDs, dual-port 10GbE/GbE LOM, and (1+1) 1,600W redundant power supplies with 80-Plus Platinum rated.
The NVIDIA Pascal architecture is the computing engine for modern data centers. Powered by Pascal, Tesla GPUs offer massive leaps in performance and efficiency required by the ever increasing demand of AI applications,” said Roy Kim, Tesla Product Lead at NVIDIA. “We’re partnering with TYAN to deliver the accelerated solutions customers need to deploy HPC applications and AI services.”