Atipa Technologies Incorporates Enhanced Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ Processor Across Server and Clustering Product Lines
Lawrence, Kansas --
Atipa Technologies of Lawrence, Kansas, provider of high performance computing systems, today announced that it will be offering the new Quad-Core AMD Opteron™ processors in their Server and Clustering product lines.
Built on 45nm process technology, the enhanced Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors provide industry-leading performance-per-watt capabilities, and will offer a full 6MB of shared L3 cache. Other features include support for improved virtualization capabilities and DDR2-800 memory support.
Atipa Technologies will offer the new Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors in HPC and GPU servers to run modeling and simulation for fluid dynamics, chemistry, sensors, and phenomenology encountered in the scientific research segments.
"The new Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors help deliver dramatic increases in performance and greater overall system efficiency in HPC environments," said John Fruehe, director, Server and Workstation division, AMD (NYSE: AMD). "Enhancements such as AMD Wide Floating Point Accelerator, which enables faster mathematical computations, and AMD's revolutionary Direct Connect Architecture, which allows for superior performance and throughput for memory-intensive applications, help make Atipa's server and clustering lines ideal for HPC customers."
"Quad-Core AMD Opteron processors help improve performance across a broad array of scientific applications in the high performance computing community. The enhancements of this processor offer a unique value proposition, with a combination of memory capacity, high bandwidth, and on-die cache. We expect customers to be able to achieve impressive performance, particularly for graphically intensive computational projects," said Dana Chang, Vice President of Atipa Technologies.
About Atipa Technologies (www.atipa.com)
Atipa Technologies is based in Lawrence, Kansas, the heartland of America. Famous for its competitively-prices and performance-driven Atipa clusters and servers, Atipa Technologies has had nine ranking systems among the 500 fastest supercomputers worldwide according to top500.org. Atipa's non-proprietary technology and innovative hardware bring a competitive edge to the high performance computing market: enabling clients to experience high quality computing within their budgets.