Hard Data Limited announces the HD-O24x product line running AMD Opteron™ processors.
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada --
Hard Data Limited announces the HD-O24x product line running AMD Opteron™ processors. Hard Data is honoured to be working with AMD in providing its customers with reliable 64-bit systems based on the Linux Operating System.
“Our customers can benefit from AMD Opteron processor 64-bit computing while maintaining native support for 32-bit applications,” said Mark Lane, Sales Manager, Hard Data Ltd.
The HD-O24x product line uses Dual AMD Opteron processors 200 Series to provide incredibly reliable systems for Beowulf Clustering and other High Performance Computing Solutions. These systems can be housed in either rack chassises or tower cases offering lots of flexible options.
“The AMD Opteron processors provide a compelling choice in 64-bit computing to Hard Data’s Educational Customers,” said Ben Williams, director, AMD's Server/Workstation Business Segment, AMD’s Computation Products Group. “With AMD64 technology, Hard Data customers can enjoy increased performance with existing 32-bit applications with the ability to migrate to 64-bit computing at their own pace.”
About Hard Data Limited
Hard Data specializes in manufacturing "true built to order" high-performance Linux and UNIX Workstations, Servers and Beowulf Clusters based on the world's fastest processors. We compliment our workstations and servers with a wide range of high performance custom built storage solutions designed to satisfy even the most demanding data storage needs.
Whether your system is for Scientific Research, 3D Modeling, Rendering, Animation, or Internet / Intranet File Services, we can supply you a custom built system with maximum computing performance, specifically designed for your needs.
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