December 09, 2010
Trenton designs customer-driven computing solutions combining system host boards, backplanes and rugged enclosures with NVIDIA Tesla computing processors
ATLANTA, Dec. 9 -- With acceptance into the NVIDIA Tesla Preferred Partner (TPP) program Trenton is in position to create advanced computing solutions which incorporate NVIDIA Tesla 20-series GPU computing products. Utilizing NVIDIA's CUDA parallel computing architecture, such systems are targeted at high-performance computing (HPC) applications such as medical imaging, signals intelligence, cryptography, genomics, bioinformatics and seismic image analysis. In combination with a Trenton PICMG 1.3 system host board and PCIe Gen2 backplane, Tesla computing processors deliver supercomputing performance within a small footprint.
Advantages of working with Trenton to design a Tesla-based high-performance computing solution:
"With the advent of GPU (graphics processing unit) computing technology, Trenton now designs customer-driven solutions that take advantage of products like NVIDIA's Tesla computing processors", said Michael Bowling, Trenton director of operations. "Intended for government, medical and imaging applications which require high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, the combination of Trenton backplanes, system host boards and enclosures with NVIDIA GPU technology is unique in the industry."
"Trenton's design, engineering and integration capabilities are ideal for customers who require a high-performance computing solution based on industry-specific system requirements," said Shanker Trivedi, vice president of sales, NVIDIA Professional Solutions Group. "These industry solutions are ideal platforms for implementing NVIDIA's Tesla computing processors and CUDA GPU architecture."
Trenton is a designer and manufacturer of embedded motherboards, complete industrial rackmount computer systems as well as single board computers, system host boards and backplanes for critical embedded computing applications. For more information about the company, or any Trenton product, call (800) 875-6031 or (770) 287-3100, or visit http://www.trentontechnology.com.
Source: Trenton Technology Inc.
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