HPC workloads like computational fluid dynamics (CFD) are proving unsuitable for public cloud computing. They pay-per-usage model used in the cloud leads to high operational costs that only get worse the more dedicated to the cloud you become. For CFD and similar workloads, it can be far more effective to build a balanced, efficient on-premises cluster to run your jobs.
That is why Silicon Mechanics has created the Cygnus CFD Cluster. The Cygnus CFD Cluster is a balanced, purpose-designed for cost-effective simulations and engineering workloads. It leverages open-source software and commodity components to ensure cost-effectiveness and avoid vendor lock-in. The Cygnus CFD cluster is designed to scale up and down as needed, starting with as little as one head node paired with one compute node, all the way to 80-plus node clusters.Get More Information
AMD EPYC Processors
NVIDIA Networking Ethernet and Infiniband
425TB of Capacity per Node
Software-defined storage using Weka.io file system (WekaFS), optimized for large datasets
High-speed, low-latency NVIDIA adapters
Our engineers are not only experts in traditional HPC and AI technologies, we also routinely build complex rack-scale solutions with today's newest innovations so that we can design and build the best solution for your unique needs.
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