July 01, 2013
BOTHELL, Washington, July 1 -- Silicon Mechanics, Inc., a leading manufacturer of rackmount servers, storage, and high-performance computing hardware, announces that it now offers a remote test drive of NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU accelerators. Sign up for the free test drive on one of the Silicon Mechanics’ GPU server solutions that incorporates four NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPUs, and see for yourself how you can use parallel processing to accelerate your applications by up to ten times compared to multi-core x86 CPU sockets.
Why wait weeks for your application to finish with your data when parallel processing can give you results in a fraction of the time? Silicon Mechanics has a complete line of GPU-based servers made to offer researchers and those involved in computationally intensive applications a cost-effective way of accomplishing their tasks faster than using servers containing only CPUs. Or, consider adding a GPU to a development workstation to process coding requirements at lightning speed. Learn more about the options available at Silicon Mechanics' website.
NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU accelerators, based on the NVIDIA Kepler GPU architecture, are ideal for applications across multiple domains, including seismic processing, computational fluid dynamics (CFD), computer-aided engineering (CAE), financial computing, computational chemistry and physics, data analytics, satellite imaging, and weather modeling. Browse through NVIDIA’s Catalog of GPU‑Accelerated Applications to see how your own applications might benefit from the speed of parallel computing on GPUs.
“Silicon Mechanics is extremely excited to be part of NVIDIA’s test drive program, which provides customers a no-obligation way to find out if the power of parallel processing can significantly improve their computing performance,” said Art Mann, education/research/government vertical group manager at Silicon Mechanics. “We have been providing servers with GPU capabilities for years and look forward to helping researchers and other customers learn whether their particular application could benefit from implementing GPUs.”
About Silicon Mechanics
Silicon Mechanics, Inc. is an industry-leading provider of rackmount server, storage, and high-performance computing solutions. Deploying the latest innovations in hardware and software technology, we work in collaboration with our customers to design and build the most efficient, cost-effective technology solution for their needs. Our guiding principle, “Expert included,” is our promise that reflects our passion for complete customer satisfaction, from server and component selection to superior installation and ongoing technical support.
Source: Silicon Mechanics
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