Fremont, CA (PressExposure) March 30, 2009 -- HPC Systems, Inc., a leading provider of high performance computing servers, clusters, blade servers, and workstations based on commodity Intel and AMD processors, announces new servers and workstations based on IntelÂ®'s groundbreaking Nehalem architecture.
Featuring the same scalability, reliability and ease-of-use as previous systems, the new products adds the power of Nehalem, Intel's latest processing architecture, giving it the highest amount of energy efficiency and performance available. Built around Intel's highly advanced Hi-k metal gate silicon technology, Nehalem dynamically manages cores, threads, cache, interfaces and power to deliver outstanding energy efficiency and performance on demand.
"HPC Systems, Inc. is committed to ensuring its products stay on top of the latest technological innovations, so that our customers are always ahead of the curve," says Kalyan Chadalavada, Director of Systems Architecture, HPC Systems, Inc. "The advanced processing capabilities of Intel's Nehalem architecture within these new products give our customers access to unprecedented levels of speed and performance, which is essential for high performance computing. This allows them to crank out projects on time and at cost, helping them to stay competitive in the constantly evolving HPC environment."
As with its predecessors, the new products have been engineered and certified to work with the industry's leading providers of high-performance graphics, storage controller cards, and Windows / Linux operating systems.