This week Dell unveiled the PowerEdge C4130. As an incredibly GPU dense and flexible HPC-focused rack server, the PowerEdge C4130 is the only Intel Xeon E5-2600v3 1U server to offer up to four GPUs/accelerators.
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In this video, Dell’s Armando Acosta describes how the PowerEdge C8000 is a good fit for HPC applications. PowerEdge C servers have higher performance per watt, performance per U and performance per dollar than its closest competitor. Designed for performance and efficiency, PowerEdge C servers have a shared infrastructure: sharing chassis, fans and power supplies […]
Last week Dell came out with a new set of servers designed to bring HPC and Cloud Computing to a wider customer base. Perhaps the most notable of the set is the PowerEdge C6105, which AMD blogger John Fruehe described as four servers packaged together to provide 48 cores in a 2U chassis: These systems […]
ScaleMP today announced the availability and support of its vSMP [VirtualSMP] software on Dell’s PowerEdge server platform. The vSMP software stack enables customers to aggregate multiple servers together into a, virtual shared memory system. Using Dell’s PowerEdge 1950 blades, customers can create virtual SMP platforms with up to 32 sockets [128 cores with quad-core silicon] […]
“The momentum at Supercomputing from vendors and end users for liquid cooling grows annually with the increase in rack density and efficiency requirements,” said Geoff Lyon, CEO/CTO of CoolIT Systems. “We are responding to this demand with our largest display ever of enterprise level liquid cooling solutions.”
Emirates Team New Zealand needed a high-performance computing (HPC) environment to design a new class of multihull boats for the 2013 America’s Cup competition. The HPC horsepower was essential to design and build two massive 72-foot catamarans for racing in the Louis Vuitton Cup challenger selection series and the America’s Cup finals.