AVADirect Launches Tesla¬ô HPC Personal Supercomputer
Twinsburg, OH - Nov.19, 2009
Today AVADirect, a leading custom computer manufacturer, announced the release of its new 4U Tesla¬ô HPC Personal Supercomputer based on the massively parallel CUDATM architecture. Offering up to a total of 1,920 streaming GPU cores, nearly 8 Teraflops of processing performance, 144GB of RAM and supporting dual XEON 5500 Quad Core Processors, AVADirect is able to provide the power of a supercomputing cluster in a design compact enough to fit on your desk.
"This is truly an exciting time for us. To be able to offer computational power so unbelievably dense at 1/100th the price of a full computing cluster is simply groundbreaking. With several of these implemented at an institution can you imagine the amount of time and money that will be saved? Researchers won't have to fight for use of a single multi-million dollar machine, no more out of control energy costs, simpler IT maintenance, massive cost saving on hardware, etc. This really has the potential to change the game", says Director of Marketing and co-owner Misha Troshin. AVADirect provides its new fully configurable HPC Personal Supercomputer under the server section of its website.
Configure the system by going to the system configurator
For more information, click here
AVADirect.com, Inc. is a custom computer manufacturing company located on the outskirts of Cleveland, Ohio. The company specializes in building custom computer systems to exact customer specifications. AVADirect.com products include: manageable and redundant servers, performance notebooks, high-end workstations, gaming systems, business desktops, and Domestic PC's. AVADirect is ISO 9001; 2008 Certified, Microsoft Gold Certified, Intel Premier Provider, AMD Gold Solution Provider, GSA Schedule Contractor, and BBB Accredited.
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