Tyan says its T-600 series personal super computers are now available. The TyanPSC T-600 series Personal Supercomputer features new low-power 50-watt quad-core server processors from Intel. The TyanPSC T-650 QX Personal Supercomputer is a fully integrated cluster designed to be deployed in the office environment. The TyanPSC personal supercomputer is a 5-node cluster that is an easy-to-deploy, easy-to-use, turnkey system that delivers tremendous computation capability in your office or any other environment, while only requiring power from a standard wall outlet.
With a maximum power draw of 15A the TyanPSC can be deployed in many non-traditional computation environments: starting with the office or home and extending to the ship, plane or remote outpost. With 40 processing cores available for high-performance computing there is a lot of compute power in a compact system. The system utilizes the Quad-Core Intel Xeon processor L5320. The new 50-watt quad-core processor operates at 1.86 GHz and features a unique 8 megabytes (MB) of on die cache for faster memory data communication and interfaces with a dedicated 1066 MHz front side bus. The TyanPSC allows individuals and workgroups access to computational power formerly only found in data centers.
T-650 Series Features:
1400 Watts max, plugs into standard wall outlet
Small form factor, portable
Low-noise, whisper quiet operation… less than 52dB.
Microsoft Windows Computer Cluster Server 2003
Linux Operating System
40 CPU cores per system
Up to 60 GB of RAM
Pricing of the dual-core T-630 and quad-core T-650 series starts at $20,000.