New portfolio includes PowerEdge servers, storage expansion platforms and Precision workstations
Dell is strengthening its portfolio of PowerEdge servers, storage expansion platforms, Precision workstations and integrated offerings designed to meet the demands of compute intensive environments in education, government and industry.
The company continues to invest heavily in and support high performance computing (HPC) technologies that include General-Purpose computation on Graphics Processing Units acceleration offerings, and storage offerings.
The new Dell HPC offerings include a 2U, 4-system offering PowerEdge C6105, which features hot-swap server nodes and hard disk drives along with redundant power supplies.
The company said that each system in the C6105 is a 2-socket AMD-based server that delivers a low TCO and high power efficiency for scaled out applications in a maximum-density chassis.
New release, external PCI Express (PCIe) expansion chassis PowerEdge C410x, connects 1-8 host nodes to 1-16 PCIe devices.
The system does not have CPUs or memory and is designed for powering and cooling GPUs and other PCIe devices.
Dell said that its new PowerEdge M610x blade provides customers database acceleration and expanded compute capabilities by integrating two x16 PCIe slots in a 2-socket blade form factor.
The company is also offering the Tesla C2050 GPU computing processor on the Precision T7500 workstation, transforming it into a personal super computer for general purpose scientific and engineering computing.
Dell said that Precision T7500 along with the Tesla C2050 provides an ideal platform for oil & gas, financial, life sciences, academic and governmental organisations running compute intensive CUDA applications.
The company has also unveiled new Partner technologies and innovations, such as Platform Computing Cluster Manager 2.0.1, Dell Edition, which allows users to deploy, run and manage heterogeneous Linux clusters with ease.