High Density for Virtualization, HPC and Cloud

Multi-node servers optimize rack space and power consumption without sacrificing compute power.

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High Performance Computing (HPC) Servers

As data centers continue scaling up and out, and the cost of colocation increases, it is more important than ever to maximize the density of your leased rack space. High-density servers optimize your investment by housing more compute power per square inch, while reducing power consumption. These high density server chassis are by nature extremely flexible, expandable, and efficient.

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Iris 1229TP

Iris 1229TP

  • 1U Twin
    Depth: 28 inches
  • Intel Xeon Scalable Series
  • 1024GB DDR4, 2666MHz, ECC Reg
    • 1x PCI-E 3.0 x16 (LP) per node
  • 4 bays 2.5"

    SATA

  • Power Supply: Redundant Power Supply: Redundant

Starting at:

$ 5,412

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Iris 2492

Iris 2492

  • 2U
    Depth: 31 inches
  • Intel Xeon Scalable Series
  • 1024GB DDR4, 2666MHz, ECC REG
    • 2x PCI-E 3.0 x16 (LP) per node
  • 12 bays 3.5"

    SATA

  • Power Supply: Redundant Power Supply: Redundant

Starting at:

$ 8,424

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Iris 4892

Iris 4892

  • 4U
    Depth: 30 inches
  • Intel Xeon Scalable Series
  • 1536GB DDR4, 2666MHz, ECC REG
    • 1x PCI-E 3.0 x16 (LP) per node
  • 6 bays 2.5"

    SATA

  • Power Supply: Redundant Power Supply: Redundant

Starting at:

$ 17,369

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Iris P2481

Iris P2481

  • 2U
    Depth: 30 inches
  • Intel Xeon PHI x200
  • 384GB DDR4, 2400MHz, ECC REG
    • 2x PCI-E 3.0 x16 (LP) per node
  • 12 bays 3.5"

    SATA

  • Power Supply: Redundant Power Supply: Redundant

Starting at:

$ 20,280

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HPC Computing

These twin and multi-node servers are ideal building blocks for High Performance Computing projects. They are well suited for projects that require processing, storage, and analysis of massive amounts of data. HPC platforms have proven revolutionary for scientific applications and other massively parallel workloads.

Advantages of
a High Density Server Infrastructure

Filling your colo space with highly dense server building blocks provides a number of important advantages. Aside from the obvious advantages of more compute power in a given space, there are several benefits to consider:

  • High Efficiency - More computing happens in a smaller space, saving money on colocation.
  • High Capacity - These servers take full advantage of next-gen storage technologies such as NVMe 2.5” solid state drives.
  • Power Savings - Shared redundant power supplies and cooling systems save space, power, and of course budget.
  • Virtualization - Virtualization ensures you can use every bit of available performance, serving more concurrent users than comparably sized standard rackmount servers.

Building your own
private HPC Cloud

Multi-node servers are ideal building blocks for creating a private HPC cloud infrastructure. The ability to host multiple virtual HPC clusters, provides invaluable flexibility for scientific research and assorted R & D projects. With recent software advancements, workload balancing can more fully utilize the available compute power of every HPC processor . This is accomplished by dynamically configuring the software stack on each virtual cluster node, in response to user demand and workload requirements.

Unmatched Support

Every system and HPC cloud building block we ship is backed by over twenty years of solution design excellence. Our engineering team puts every system through a stringent series of tests to ensure flawless performance and compatibility. This technological expertise continues to work for you after the sale, as we provide a robust three-year warranty with advance parts replacement.

  • Over Two Decades of Experience   
  • 3 Year Standard Warranty (Minimum)   
  • Direct Access to Expert Team
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