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SuperFlex Blade

Boston, a distribution partner for Silicon Valley-based Supermcro Computer, has launched its next generation of blade server solutions, the SuperFlex Blade. Designed in partnership with Supermicro, the SuperFlex Blade has been optimised for hybrid computing and provides 2x PCI-Express x 16 expansion slots per blade with support for dual full-length and double-height expansion cards.

High-performance networking has been improved with two independent, high-bandwidth, low-latency onboard QDR InfiniBand controllers standard. Technologies made available by Intel Xeon 5600 processors have been combined with the latest generation of Nvidia Tesla 2050 and 2070 GPU compute processors for maximum computational performance.

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