Posted on 31 May, 2013
After launching Viridis at the International Supercomputing Conference last year, Boston is returning to Leipzig, Germany this month to update the HPC community on how the world's first ARM-based server is developing and challenging the norm (Stand #263).
Over the last 12 months Viridis has shown great potential and is receiving a positive response from the industry - recently being recognised as 'one to watch' at the 2013 Green IT Awards. The team at Boston has been hard at work to build on this early success by adding a high density 4U storage platform that can deliver an immense 144TB per enclosure.
There have also been exciting developments with Boston's ARM-as-a-service offer. Boston has again been the first in the world, this time with a cloud solution that facilitates software migration to an ARM platform. You can read more about how Viridis is developing here.
The Boston team has our own stand at ISC 2013, 17-20th June, but we'll also be sharing space with our partners and supporting them as they introduce exciting products and projects to the HPC community:
- Stand #301 with Cool IT Systems – Demonstrating their liquid-cooled Supermicro FatTwin
- Stand #265 with Solarflare and #320 with Supermicro – Presenting the Hyper-Speed server that uses enterprise-class overclocking techniques to push performance and maintain stability
- Stand #647 with EPCC – Boston is sponsoring this year's Student Cluster Competition, an intense challenge that allows students to showcase their expertise to the HPC community
If you're attending ISC '13 between the 17th and 20th of June, please pop by stand #263 and ask us about high-density computing with ultra-low power usage.
See you in Leipzig. Tschuss!