Accelerated Computing Platforms

  • NEW: Platform options for latest NVIDIA Tesla P100 “Pascal” accelerators, including NVLink support!
  • NVIDIA® Tesla® graphics processing units (GPUs) offload compute-intensive function in code from CPUs to enable orders-of-magnitude faster processing times
  • Available in custom server configurations
  • Linux support ‘out of the box
  • Consulting, training, and code migration services available
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Roles & Features

1U

Role

Special Features

GPU computing- Tesla/Xeon Phi support

Up to 3 double-width GPUs

GPU computing- Tesla/Xeon Phi support

Up to 4 double-width GPUs

OCP Tundra GPU Tesla/Xeon Phi support

Up to 4 double-width GPUs and Flexible PCIe Topology

OCP Tundra GPU Tesla support

Supports NVIDIA M4 GPU

2U

GPU computing

Up to 3 double width GPUs

GPU computing

Up to 4 general purpose GPUs

GPU computing- Tesla/Xeon Phi support

Up to 8 double-width GPUs

OpenPOWER GPU computing- Tesla SXM2 socket support and NVLink system interconnect

4x SXM2 socket featuring NVLink for latest NVIDIA Tesla p100 “Pascal” co-processors

OpenPOWER GPU computing- Tesla support

PCI-E gen3 expansion slots for 2 NVIDIA Tesla K80 or M40 GPUs and for high speed network interfaces

Technical Specs

1U

Processor

PCIe Slots

Memory Capacity

Storage

Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
3x PCIe Gen3 x16 (GPU), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (LP)
Up to 1TB (16x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
4x Hotswap SATA Drives
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
4x PCIe Gen3 (GPU), 2x PCIe Gen3 x8 (LP)
Up to 1TB (16x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
2x Hotswap Drives
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
4x PCIe x16 (GPU), 2x PCIe Gen3 x8 (LP), Flexible PCIe Topology
Up to 1TB (16x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
4x Hotswap SAS/SATA Drives
3.5 inch:
None
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
1x PCIe Gen3 x16 (LP), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (Proprietary Mezz)
Up to 1TB (16x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
2x Fixed SAS/SATA/SSD
3.5 inch:
None

2U

Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
3x PCIe Gen3 x16 (GPU), 2x PCIe x8 (FHHL), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (Proprietary Mezz)
Up to 1.5TB (24x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
24x Hotswap SAS/SATA Drives
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
4x PCIe Gen3 x16 (GPU), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (LP), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (Proprietary Mezz)
Up to 1TB (16x DIMMs)

3.5 inch:
8x Hotswap SAS/SATA Drives
Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 / v4 Series
8x PCIe Gen3 x16 (GPU), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (LP), 1x PCIe Gen3 x8 (Proprietary Mezz)
Up to 1.5TB (24x DIMMs)

2.5 inch:
8x Hotswap SAS/SATA Drives
3.5 inch:
None

OpenPOWER POWER8

Up to 1TB

2x 2.5″ HDD bays for boot drives

OpenPOWER POWER8

PCI-E gen3 expansion slots for 2 NVIDIA Tesla K80 or M40 GPUs and for high speed network interfaces

Up to 1TB

2x 2.5″ HDD bays for boot drives

WHAT IS GPU ACCELERATED COMPUTING?

GPU-accelerated computing is the use of a graphics processing unit (GPU) together with a CPU to accelerate scientific, analytics, engineering, consumer, and enterprise applications.

Pioneered in 2007 by NVIDIA®, GPU accelerators now power energy-efficient datacenters in government labs, universities, enterprises, and small-and-medium businesses around the world. GPUs are accelerating applications in platforms ranging from cars, to mobile phones and tablets, to drones and robots.