The latest GPUs solution for Extreme Parallel Computing Capability
The latest Fermi C2050 Tesla GPUs Run by PCI-e Gen2 x16 SpeedThrough leveraging 3 Tesla C2050 GPUs (graphics processing units) on PCI-e Gen2 x16 slots, the ESC1000 is the world’s first such solution to solve complex data-intensive computational problems in a fraction of the time required on a CPU. Tesla C2050 computing processor is based on the new “Fermi” CUDA Architecture, delivering up to 515 Gigaflops of double-precision peak performance in each GPU. Users can count on up to 3 Tesla C2050 cards for intensive parallel computing on tons of data, which delivers 1.5 teraflops double precision performance of performance.
Maximum Computing Cores in ESC1000With support of up to Three C2050 Tesla cards at the same time, the computing cores are 1344, plus 6 in CPU (6 cores in latest Intel Nehalem-WS platform), the total computing cores will be 1350, which is the No.1 solution for such cores.
Maximum System Performance in one Workstation The ESC1000 supports the latest and powerful CPU technology featuring Intel® QuickPath Interconnect (QPI) with a system bus of up to 6.4GT/s and a max bandwidth of up to 25.6GB/s. Besides, DDR3 memory with data transfer rate of 1333MHz and up to 24GB capacity meets the higher bandwidth requirements of Quad GPU parallel Computation. Through the whole-system power, the ESC1000 accelerates a variety of scientific simulation and analysis applications in real-time visual rendering.
Optimized Thermal SolutionTo make this super computer work in a cool environment, it is built with optimized thermal solution: Ultimately quiet yet cool CPU Cooler, as well as onboard heat-pipes. The heat-pipe design effectively directs the heat generated by the chipsets to the heatsink near the back I/O ports - where it can be carried away by existing airflows from the CPU or a bundled optional fan.
Partnership with Pavilion of Dreams at 2010 Taipei International Flora Exposition
With best performance and reliable stability, the ESC1000 is chosen to do computer programming by Pavilion of Dreams at 2010 Taipei International Flora Exposition.