November 10, 2009
DALLAS, Nov. 10 -- TeamHPC, a leading provider of high performance clusters, will debut MANDA Pro 6700 supercomputer workstation at the next supercomputer conference SC09 in Portland, Ore. This new workstation offers the most powerful solution for highly demanding applications in modeling and simulation for science and engineering. It uses the ASUS P6T7 supercomputing motherboard with three NVIDIA GeForce graphics card in a 3-way SLI configuration and an Intel Core i7 Extreme processor. Visit TeamHPC booth #859 at SC09 to see this incredible personal supercomputer.
The motherboard supports up to three NVIDIA Tesla cards and one NVIDIA Quatro card based on the NVIDIA CUDA parallel computing architecture. Each GPU delivers 240 CUDA parallel processing cores which add up to a powerful 4 teraflops of simultaneous computing power. The board also offers a system bus of up to 6.4 GT/s, six DIMM slots for a maximum of 24GB of DDR3 2000 (O.C.) memory, six SATA (3Gb/s) ports, two eSATA ports (Raid 0,1) and two SAS ports (RAID 0,1).
The MANDA Pro 6700 comes fully configured with three NVIDIA GeForce GTX285 GPUs, Intel Core i7 Extreme, and two 640GB 7200 RPM hard drives configured in RAID 0 for faster access. This powerful workstation comes packaged in a minitower quiet design with three year warranty. The MANDA Pro 6700 offers an alternative desktop solution for highly parallel computations in 3D design, modeling and simulation. It also offers an incredible graphics performance for war games training and simulation in the US military.
M&A Technology is committed to providing the latest technology in high performance computing to its customers. TeamHPC, the high performance division at M&A Technology, continues to deliver supercomputers and clusters designed for government research labs and universities. M&A Technology design engineers work directly with the customer to design a custom solution that is affordable, reliable and technically advanced. All of our servers and workstations are designed and built in our 100,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Dallas, TX. To learn more about M&A Technology integrated management system for quality, visit our Web site at www.macomp.com. In addition, M&A Technology offers a 24x7 datacenter facility for hosting supercomputer clusters.
TeamHPC, a division of M&A Technology, (www.teamhpc.com) specializes in high performance computing, and assembles and integrates all of its products in an ISO 9001-2000 certified manufacturing plant. TeamHPC provides the unique opportunity of granting researchers access to their computational resources for benchmark and application testing before products are shipped.
About M&A Technology
M&A Technology, a leading solutions provider since 1984, offers a wide range of custom technology solutions that are based on innovation to improve productivity and reduce the total cost of ownership through technology. Our ISO 9001-2000 certified manufacturing facility offers a flexible platform for contract manufacturing that is focused on the customer requirements and the quality of our products. In addition, M&A Technology offers custom-built servers, workstations and high performance computers that are all made in the USA. More information is available at www.macomp.com.
Source: M&A Technology
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