Cirrascale's Dual Sled High Performance Workstation Delivers Extended GPU Solutions
SAN DIEGO, CA: Cirrascale, a developer of independent blade-based computing infrastructure has announced the release of ‘RM1630DX’ a next generation dual-sled high performance workstation rackmount which offers consistent user experience and easy future upgrades.
Cirrascale delivers build-to-order, cost effective and rackmount computing and storage data center infrastructure serving Telco, Media and Entertainment and High Performance Computing (HPC) Industry. Cirrascale’s new high density computing rackmount workstation utilizes a remote display protocol, ‘PC-over-IP’ (PCoIP) technology of Teradici, a software designer. RM1630DX boasts two distinct nodes in a single 1 Unit rackmout chassis with individual sleds and each node consists 4th Generation Intel Core processor, 2 Dual in-line Memory Module Slots DDR3 1600/1333MHz providing 16 GB memory support and two Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) III hard drives. In addition it devices 1 Gbe LAN port for networking and up to 84 full-size Graphic Processing Unit cards, such as next generation NVIDIA Quadro professional workstation graphics cards thatdelivers an enterprise-grade visual computing platform ,in a standard 42Unit rackmount cabinet.
“The RM1630DX gives IT managers the density they have been demanding when deploying high performance PCoIP remote workstations, and the flexibility to deploy them into any data center,” says Olivier Favre, Director of Product Management, Teradici.
RM1630DX is an open system and open architecture solution that supports Windows 8.1, Windows 8 and Windows 7.It allow users to connect to their high-performance workstation from either a secure PCoIP Zero Client or laptop running Teradici PCoIP software client. It provides250 mega pixels per second (Mpps) performance enabling full screen resolutions of up to 2560x1600 with dual-monitors or 1920x1200 with quad-monitors. Additionally, application refresh rates up to 60 frames per second (fps) ensuring the best remote user experience possible.
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