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NVIDIA Fermi gets into HPC servers

Posted on Wednesday, May 05 2010 @ 20:56:02 CEST by

X-bit Labs reports Appro and Supermicro started shipping servers with NVIDIA's new Fermi-based Tesla T20 cards.
Nvidia Corp. along with its partners Appro and Supermicro on Tuesday said they had initiated shipments of servers designed for high-performance computing featuring the new generation of Tesla computing boards featuring Tesla T20 processors. The new chips offer very high double-precision computing performance.

The Appro 1U Tetra GPU server is offered in two models; the Appro 1426G4 server hosted by the latest Intel Xeon processor supporting up to 96GB of memory and the Appro 1326G4 server hosted by the latest AMD Opteron processor supporting up to 128GB of memory. Both models feature four Nvidia Tesla C2050 that offer 12GB of ECC GDDR5 memory support with a total of 1792 stream processors (448 stream processors per card) delivering double precision performance of over 2TFlops of computing power per server.



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