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March 05, 2013
HANOVER, Germany, March 5 — Boston Limited, now in its 20th year as distribution partner for Super Micro Computer, Inc., is proud to announce the availability of the Ready-To-Go range of hassle-free, high performance workstations by Supermicro. Launched at Cebit 2013, Hannover, the Ready-To-Go range offers productivity by over 30% across industries such as the sciences, finance, manufacturing, entertainment and media.
Designed specifically with the latest NVIDIA Quadro K2000 and K4000 GPU’s, the new family of NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics products leverage the powerful NVIDIA Kepler architecture to deliver a new level of workstation performance and capabilities. You can now realize your most ambitious vision — whether it’s product design, visualization, and simulation or spectacular visual storytelling — and get it to market faster with a higher level of profitability and superior quality.
Manoj Nayee, Managing Director of Boston, said, “We have seen great success with the Ready-To-Go server range and are excited about offering our customers the new High Performance Workstations. These workstations will enable customers to enhance and accelerate the workload of a number of applications utilizing the latest NVIDIA Kepler architecture. Teamed with the next business day availability and next business day onsite warranty we are sure these workstations will follow in the success of the server range.”
The Ready-To-Go workstation range includes systems that are specific to key applications and therefore scale from entry level to ultra high-end. Each system comes with clearly defined service level agreements providing flexibility and peace of mind all in one box. Engineers, scientists or designers can now perform simultaneous rendering, structural or fluid analysis on the same system that is used for design work.
Dev Tyagi, General Manager at Supermicro UK, says “By matching the latest NVIDIA Quadro GPU’s cards and the Ready-To-Go High Performance Workstations was a simple decision. The Kepler architecture is designed to maximise computational potency of hybrid computing. The workstations have been tailored to meet the demands of professional using key applications including architectural design, content creation, visual analysis to name a few. We have seen demand for an out of the box High Performance Workstation range that offers flexibility, reliability and performance which is matched by a comprehensive range of warranty and service”
Thanks to NVIDIA Tesla K20 GPU’s, digital content creation professionals can also experience 10x performance and speed enhancements in visual effects, animation or editing applications.
“The new family of NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics – fueled by Kepler, NVIDIA’s most powerful GPU architecture ever, brings a new level of performance and capabilities to modern workstations,” said Walter Mundt-Blum, vice president of Professional Solutions EMEAI at NVIDIA. “With the new Quadro products our customers can create revolutionary products, design groundbreaking architecture faster or better navigate massive geological datasets.”
About Boston Limited
With nearly 20 years of trading within the distribution and OEM marketplace, Boston continues to lead the way in providing the latest high-performance, power-optimized technologies into the data centre, HPC, ISP, Military, VFX, Enterprise and Broadcast markets with multi-award winning server, storage, workstation and clustered solutions. Since the successful launch of Boston IT Solutions (India) Private Limited in 2009, we announced the launch of Boston Server & Storage Solutions GmbH in 2010. Expansion into both regions has been driven purely by market demand for alternate vendors providing high-performance and high value-add systems. As our global reach continues to expand we plan on opening further global facilities to improve and expand the services we offer.
Source: Boston Limited
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