The Boston Venom 2001-10TP is a versatile workstation that combines a modern mid-tower chassis design with enough CPU computing power to satisfy the demands of modern creative applications and a low TCO.BOOK A TEST DRIVE
Powering the Venom 2001-10TP is a single AMD EPYC™ 7002 series processor, based on revolutionary "Zen 2" core architecture, featuring up to 64 cores/128 threads. The AMD EPYC™ 7002 series CPUs also benefit from enhanced hardware security features - 'Hardened at the Core' protection helps defend against side-channel attacks and EPYC's secure encrypted virtualisation features help keep your data safe.
We help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, The Boston Venom 2001-10TP is available for testing. We actively encourage customers to approach us with their requirements and pain points so that we can effectively resolve them with the right solutions.
Our expert tech team can advise on the best options for your workloads as well as providing benchmarks, integration and optimisation. Of course, a full range of end-to-end compute, storage and networking for your applications can be discussed at the same time.
Our in-house experts will work to tailor your solution for your exacting requirements; whether that's a hardware or software specification, use-case or financial restriction.
The Venom 2001-10TP is powered by a single AMD EPYC™ 7002 series processor, based on revolutionary "Zen 2" core architecture.
The Boston Venom 2001-10TP supports up to 3 AMD or NVIDIA® graphic cards for GPU intensive workloads. With an impressive range of attributes, the Boston Venom 2001-10TP is a great platform for 2D/3D CAD, simulations and CFD.
To help our clients make informed decisions about new technologies, we have opened up our research & development facilities and actively encourage customers to try the latest platforms using their own tools and if necessary together with their existing hardware. Remote access is also available
In this webinar, you will learn how to leverage Anywhere Workspace Solution to secure the distributed edge, automating the workspace and moving to a self-service application delivery model.