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August 07, 2009
TAIPEI, Taiwan, Aug. 7 -- The leader in the deskside high performance computer in Japan, HPC Systems Inc. is launching a new series of BoxCluster, BoxClusterDSN.
BoxClusterDSN provides an ideal deskside supercomputing environment with the new generation Intel 5500 series architecture solution, and it has a capability of having 32 core and 384 GB memories in the same profile as the current BoxCluster series. It offers the largest memory capacity among the series and yet the operation noise can be very low. It is an ideal solution for those HPC users requiring large memory spacing with multicore clustering environment that cannot be provided with the current workstation system.
The various benchmark tests have been carried out to prove an absolute performance as well as a scalability of the cluster to offer confidence to the users to accelerate their work efficiency by having the BoxClusterDSN at their deskside. Visit our Web site for the detailed results of this benchmark tests.
The BoxClusterDSN carries out all the essence of the BoxCluster series, and once again, the reason behind the best-selling deskside cluster system in Japan can be found below:
BoxClusterDSN has been specially designed for all engineers who require the high performance computational power yet need to use at their deskside, and it is the top end model for the BoxCluster series in the history.
For further information regarding the new BoxClusterDSN that fulfill desires for all HPC users, visit the BoxClusterDSN Web site.
BoxCluster is a new project group off of HPC Systems Inc., the leading system integrator of high performance computing (HPC) solutions in Japan, exporting the BoxCluster series solution to the rest of the world. The company plans for further growth and developments in world class solutions, to support our customers' technological development. www.boxcluster.com.
Source: HPC Systems Inc.
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