This departmental sized supercomputer features a large shared memory with many CPU cores and multiple GPUs. It is perfect for Artificial Intelligence, Bioinformatics, and scientific and technical applications with large in-memory needs. Designed for computationally intensive high-performance computing, the Ada Departmental Supercomputer can be configured with up to 5 GPU compute nodes, providing 448 cores, 3TB of globally shared memory, and 20 MI210 or MI100 GPUs. Its large addressable memory space and powerful GPUs can support high resolution simulations with massive data sets. The system can be housed in a low-noise office friendly glass front cabinet.
A new generation mainframe class computer with large shared memory and many cores that is departmental sized with the ability to replace traditional mainframes in many applications. It is perfect for In-memory Databases, Big Data and Artificial Intelligence, and for traditional enterprise computing applications with large in-memory needs. The Midframe is a Linux cluster with up to 6 nodes, that supports 768 cores (1536 threads), 14TB memory (7TB shareable) and 72 disk drive bays (>1PB).
The Duet and Trio large memory servers provide 6TB and 9TB of globally shared memory respectively. The 2U Duet provides 256 cores (512 threads) and 24 SATA/SAS drive bays. The 3U duet provides 384 cores (768 threads) with 36 drive bays. These Linux systems are ideal for hosting large in-memory databases, and Big Data and enterprise applications.