Silicon Mechanics Announces Three New High-Performance Computing Products

1U server, workstation, and cluster products feature NVIDIA® Tesla™ GPUs and Intel® Xeon® 5500 Series processors.

BOTHELL, WA – September 18, 2009 – Silicon Mechanics, Inc., a leading provider of rackmount servers, storage, and high-performance computing solutions, today announced the addition of three new offerings to their line of Hyperform High-Performance Computing products. All three products are based on the combined power of the NVIDIA® Tesla™ GPU computing processors and the Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 Series (codenamed "Nehalem"). The three new products are:

  • Rackform iServ R350-GPU. This 1U server boasts 2 NVIDIA Tesla passively cooled M1060 GPUs and two Intel Xeon 5500 ("Nehalem") processors. Meet the world's fastest 1U server!
  • Hyperform HPCg R2504 Personal Supercomputer. Featuring 4 NVIDIA Tesla C1060 GPU computing processors, this workstation puts the power of a cluster into a tower form factor.
  • Hyperform HPCg R3501. Our new cluster harnesses the speed and processing power of the R350-GPU to bring you the best in GPU-based high performance computing.

Pricing and Availability
All systems are slated for immediate purchase and delivery via the Silicon Mechanics website.

About Silicon Mechanics
Silicon Mechanics is a leading manufacturer of rackmount servers, storage, and high-performance computing hardware with one of the most comprehensive product offerings available. We work collaboratively with customers to create best-fit solutions at competitive pricing. Our products are supported by the best warranty offerings available. Our unique website allows customers to easily configure hardware and evaluate the implications of their options. When you work with Silicon Mechanics, you get more than just state-of-the-art equipment. You get a team of experts dedicated to total customer satisfaction. Visit or call us at 866-352-1173 to custom-configure a system for your computing environment.

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