Microway is proud to introduce a new GPU-accelerated system configured and optimized for CST STUDIO SUITE. Able to function as a workstation or a server, Microway's hardware has been tested and validated by CST to run its full wave electromagnetic simulation software. The transient, integral equation, transmission line matrix (TLM) and particle-in-cell (PIC) solvers all support GPU processing using NVIDIA Tesla GPUs. With the transient solver, integral equation solver and TLM solver, up to 8 GPU cards can be used in parallel, allowing even greater speed-up. Using Microway's systems, CST reports performance improvements of 4-5x per GPU over using CPUs alone.
Let Microway help you enter the world of additive manufacturing with MakerBot 3D printers. Available as standalone products or bundled with our award-winning WhisperStation computers, these 3D printers will help bring your designs to life quickly and easily.
As a special bonus to customers in Massachusetts and Rhode Island, we are offering a two-hour "Introduction to 3D Printing" with our mechanical engineer. He will teach you how to create and print a 3D part, how to use the MakerWare software, and the best practices you should employ when using and maintaining a 3D printer.
Take advantage of Microway's 3D printing expertise and see for yourself how this technology can optimize your designs and prototypes easily. Industries which will benefit from 3D printing include:
NVIDIA's GPU Technology Conference takes place next week in San Jose March 24-27, but it's still not too late to sign up. For a 20% discount on the conference, just use the following discount code: X14G20GUEST
If you're unsure what you could be missing, take a look at some videos from GTC 2013. This year's conference is packed with tutorials to help you get more out of GPU computing and over 500 deep-dive sessions.
Microway is a silver sponsor this year and we'll be having three round table discussions with GPU experts:
Roundtables with the Experts at Booth 913
|Best Practices for Maintaining Healthy GPU Clusters||GPU-driven Developments in Lattice QCD||Designing Systems for GPU Performance|
|Eliot Eshelman, Technical Account Manager, GPU Cluster Administrator||Justin Foley, Core Contributor to QUDA Library for MILC||Brett Newman, Technical Sales, Systems Architect, Microway|
|Tuesday, 11:30am-12:30pm||Wednesday, 12:30pm-1:30pm||Thursday, 12:30pm-1:30pm|
Also, visit our booth for a chance to win an NVIDIA Quadro K4000, courtesy of PNY!
The new Xeon E5-4600v2 processors are here! The new CPUs allow us to deliver up to 48 cores and 1TB of memory in our 4-socket NumberSmasher Quadputer Xeon Servers.
Following up on our popular E5-2600v2 review, we analyze the new E5-4600v2 CPUs with focus on HPC performance. Our experts share expertise on new features, upgrade options from older systems, and more for these quad-socket processors.
The performance results achieved so far have been quite impressive. Benchmark numbers suggest that even the low-end 8-core Xeon E5-4610v2 CPUs will stand up against the best of the dual-socket "Ivy Bridge" Xeon CPUs and the most costly models of the previous-generation "Sandy Bridge" quad-socket CPUs.
Read about the Xeon E5-4600v2 series and other HPC solutions on our blog.
We've collected a number of the latest HPC technical resources below for your perusal.
Eliot Eshelman at 508-732-5534
Brett Newman at 508-732-5542
Jan Smith at 508-732-5523
GSA Schedule GS-35F-0431N