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AMD EPYC Powers Tyan Servers for Data-intensive Computing

In this video from SC18, Philip Maher from Tyan describes how the company is packaging AMD EPYC processors with innovative server configurations for tackling data-intensive workloads. “AMD EPYC processors are based on the 14nm “Zen” x86 core architecture with 32 cores and 64 threads, featuring 8 memory channels and up to16 DIMMs per socket. The new powerful processor allows TYAN to offer the optimal balance of computing, memory and I/O for the customers. By adopting the latest AMD EPYC processor technology, TYAN brings high memory channel bandwidth and PCI Express high speed I/O connectivity features to enterprises and datacenters.”

TYAN to showcases x86 HPC Solutions at SC18

Today TYAN announced plans to showcase a full line of HPC, storage, and cloud computing server platforms at SC18 next week in Dallas. “Customers in the datacenter to the enterprise are facing the challenge to get more value out of enormous amounts of data. The demand is pushing to move data faster, store data more and analyze data accurately,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “TYAN’s leading portfolio of HPC, storage and cloud server platforms are based on the Intel Xeon Scalable processors and are designed to help our customers move, store and process massive amounts of data efficiently.”

TYAN steps up with New Intel Xeon E-2100 Processors

Today TYAN introduced new Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based server motherboards and systems to the market. The new lineup is designed to offer enhanced performance, advanced security, and reliability of cost-effective entry server solutions. “Small and medium-size businesses need to maintain their competitiveness by deploying a powerful server platform for performance, enhanced memory capabilities, and hardware-enhanced security,” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit. “TYAN’s Intel Xeon E-2100 processor-based platforms are optimized for cloud computing, storage and embedded environment applications. By utilizing Intel’s features of performance improvement, expanded I/O and enhanced Intel Software Guard Extensions (Intel SGX), TYAN enables our customers to enjoy superior performance in file sharing, storage and virtualization.”

NVIDIA Tesla V100 GPUs Power New TYAN Server

Today TYAN showcased their latest GPU-optimized platforms that target the high performance computing and artificial intelligence sectors at the GPU Technology Conference in Munich. “TYAN’s new GPU computing platforms are designed to provide efficient parallel computing for the analytics of vast amounts of data. By incorporating NVIDIA’s latest Tesla V100 GPU accelerators, TYAN provides our customers with the power to accelerate both high performance and cognitive computing workloads” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit.

TYAN Adds Support for NVIDIA Tesla P100, P40 and P4 GPUs

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.

The insideHPC Guide to Flexible HPC

Organizations that implement high-performance computing (HPC) technologies have a wide range of requirements. From small manufacturing suppliers to national research institutions, using significant computing technologies is critical to creating innovative products and leading-edge research. No two HPC installations are the same. For maximum return, budget, software requirements, performance and customization all must be considered before installing and operating a successful environment. To learn more down load this white paper.

High Performance Computing Technology

Organizations that implement high-performance computing (HPC) technologies have a wide range of requirements. From small manufacturing suppliers to national research institutions, using significant computing technologies is critical to creating innovative products and leading-edge research. No two HPC installations are the same. For maximum return, budget, software requirements, performance and customization all must be considered before installing and operating a successful environment.

TYAN Showcases NVMe Servers and Storage Platforms at IDF 2016

“In order to address data intensive workloads in need of higher performance for storage, TYAN takes full advantage of Intel NVMe technology to highlight hybrid storage configurations. TYAN server solutions with NVMe support can not only boost storage performance over the PCIe interface but provide storage flexibility for customers through scale-out architecture” said Danny Hsu, Vice President of MiTAC Computing Technology Corporation’s TYAN Business Unit.

Successful Implementations That Demand Flexible HPC

Organizations that implement high-performance computing (HPC) technologies have a wide range of requirements. From small manufacturing suppliers to national research institutions, using significant computing technologies is critical to creating innovative products and leading-edge research. No two HPC installations are the same. For maximum return, budget, software requirements, performance and customization all must be considered before installing and operating a successful environment.

TYAN Solutions for Flexible HPC

Organizations that implement high-performance computing (HPC) technologies have a wide range of requirements. From small manufacturing suppliers to national research institutions, using significant computing technologies is critical to creating innovative products and leading-edge research. No two HPC installations are the same. “For maximum return, budget, software requirements, performance and customization all must be considered before installing and operating a successful environment.”