Ideal for virtualisation, cloud computing, enterprise server. 2x PCI-E 4.0 x16 slots. Intel® Ethernet Controller X550 2x 10GbE RJ45. Redundant power supplies.
Edge Server – 1U 3rd Gen. Intel Xeon Scalable GPU server system, ideal for AI & Edge applications.
Up to 4 x NVIDIA ® PCIe Gen4 GPU cards. NVIDIA-Certified system for scalability, functionality, security, and performance. Dedicated management port. Redundant power.
High Performance Computing Server - Dual Intel Xeon Scalable Processor Series, 2U Server, 8x GPU Cards
GPU Computing Pedestal Supercomputer, 4x Tesla or GTX-Titan GPU Cards
GPU Computing 2U Supercomputer, 4x Tesla, AMD or GTX-Titan GPU Cards
Ultra High-Density GPU Computing 1U Supercomputer, 4x Tesla or GTX-Titan GPU Cards - 20,000 CUDA Cores
Supports 3x double slot GPU cards, dual 1Gb/s LAN ports, 5x PCIe Gen4 x16 slots, redundant power supply.
8x PCIe Gen4 expansion slots for GPUs, 2 x 10Gb/s SFP+ LAN ports (Mellanox® ConnectX-4 Lx controller), 2 x M.2 with PCIe Gen3 x4/x2 interface
2U GPU server powered by dual-socket 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors that supports up to 16 DIMM, four dual-slot GPU, 2 M.2, four NVMe (by SKU), total eleven PCIe 4.0 slots
GPU server optimised for HPC, Scientific Virtualisation and AI. Powered by 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors. 6x PCIe Gen 4.0 x16, 1x M.2
Ideal for scientific virtualisation and HPC. 6x PCI-E 4.0 x16 slots. 2x M.2 NVMe or SATA supported. Redundant power supplies.
8x PCIe Gen3 expansion slots for GPUs, 2x 10Gb/s BASE-T LAN ports (Intel® X550-AT2 controller), 4x NVMe and 4x SATA/SAS 2.5" hot-swappable HDD/SSD bays
2U dual-socket GPU server powered 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors that supports up to 16 DIMM, four dual-slot GPU, 4 M.2, eight NVMe (by SKU), total eleven PCIe 4.0 slots.
GPU Server - 2U 8 x GPU Server | Application: AI , AI Training , AI Inference , Visual Computing & HPC. Dual 10Gb/s BASE-T LAN ports.
8x PCIE x16, Redundant 2400W Power, Dual Gigabit
Up to 8 x PCIe Gen4 GPGPU cards, 2 x 10Gb/s BASE-T LAN ports (Intel® X550-AT2), 8-Channel RDIMM/LRDIMM DDR4 per processor, 32 x DIMMs
Up to 8x PCIe Gen4 GPGPU cards, dual 10Gb/s LAN ports, redundant power option.
8 PCI-E 4.0 x16 + 3 PCI-E 4.0 x8 slots, Up to 24 Hot-swap 2.5" drive bays, 2 GbE LAN ports (rear)
Up to 10x PCIe Gen4 GPGPU cards, dual 10Gb/s BASE-T LAN, redundant power supply.
10 x FHFL Gen3 expansion slots for GPU cards, 2 x 10Gb/s BASE-T LAN ports (Intel® X550-AT2), 8 x 2.5" NVMe, 2 x SATA/SAS 2.5" hot-swappable HDD/SSD bays, 12 x 3.5" SATA/SAS hot-swappable HDD/SSD bays
20x PCI-E 3.0 x16 supports up to 20x single width GPU, 24x hot-swap 3.5" drives, 2x 10GBase-T LAN port
High Density 2U System with NVIDIA® HGX™ A100 4-GPU, Direct connect PCI-E Gen4 Platform with NVIDIA® NVLink™, IPMI 2.0 + KVM with dedicated 10G LAN
8x NVIDIA A100 Gen4, 6x NVLink Switch Fabric, 2x M.2 on board and 4 Hybrid SATA/Nvme, 8x PCIe x16 Gen4 Slots
NVIDIA P100 PCIe
NVIDIA Titan RTX
|Frequency||1,303 MHz||1,126 MHz||1,267 MHz||1,350 MHz||1,590 MHz||-|
|TFLOPs (double)||367.4 GFLOPS(1:32)||4.7||8.2||-||65||9.7|
|TFLOPs (half/Tensor)||183.7 GFLOPS(1:64)||18.7||130||130||65.13 TFLOPS(8:1)||624|
|Cache||3 MB L2||4 MB L2||6 MB||-||4 MB||40 MB|
|Max. Memory||24 GB||16 GB||32 GB||24 GB||16 GB||40 GB|
|Memory B/W||346 GB/s||720 GB/s||1134 GB/s||672 GB/s||350 GB/s||1,555 GB/s|
The NVIDIA Tesla P40 GPU accelerator works with NVIDIA Quadro vDWS software and is the first system to combine an enterprise-grade visual computing platform for simulation, HPC rendering, and design with virtual applications, desktops, and workstations. This gives organisations the freedom to virtualise both complex visualisation and compute (CUDA and OpenCL) workloads.
The NVIDIA Tesla P40 taps into the industry-leading NVIDIA Pascal architecture to deliver up to twice the professional graphics performance of the NVIDIA Tesla M60. With 24 GB of framebuffer and 24 NVENC encoder sessions, it supports 24 virtual desktops (1 GB profile) or 12 virtual workstations (2 GB profile ), providing the best end-user scalability per GPU. This powerful GPU also supports eight different user profiles, so virtual GPU resources can be efficiently provisioned to meet the needs of the user. They are also available in a wide variety of industry-standard 2U servers.
With NVIDIA virtual GPU software and the NVIDIA Tesla P40, organisations can now virtualise high-end applications with large, complex datasets for rendering and simulations, as well as virtualising modern business applications. Resource allocation ensures that users have the right GPU acceleration for the task at hand. NVIDIA software shares the power of Tesla P40 GPUs across multiple virtual workstations, desktops, and apps. This means you can deliver an immersive user experience for everyone from office workers to mobile professionals to designers through virtual workspaces with improved management, security, and productivity.
Get the ultimate user experience for any workload or vGPU profile. NVIDIA Quadro vDWS software with Tesla P40 GPU supports compute workloads (CUDA AND OpenCL) for every vGPU, enabling professional and design engineering workflows at peak performance. The Tesla P40 delivers up to 2x the graphics performance of the M60. Users can count on consistent performance with the new resource scheduler, which provides deterministic QoS AND eliminates the problem of a "noisy neighbor."
Management tools give you vGPU visibility into the host or guest level, with application level monitoring capabilities. This lets IT teams intelligently design, manage, and support their end user's experience. End-to-end management and monitoring also deliver real-time insight into GPU performance. Integration with VMware vRealise Operations (vROps), Citrix Director and XenCenter gives you flexibility and control.
Support up to 50% more users per Pascal GPU relative to a single Maxwell GPU, for scaling high performance virtual graphics and compute. More granular user profiles give you more precise provisioning of vGPU resources, and larger profile sizes - up to 3X larger GPU framebuffer than the M60 - for supporting your most demanding users. The P40 provides flexibility to your system and helps you drive down overall TCO.
NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU accelerators are the world's first AI supercomputing data centre GPUs. They tap into NVIDIA Pascal GPU architecture to deliver a unified platform for accelerating both HPC and AI. With higher performance and fewer (but signficantly faster) nodes, Tesla P100 enables data centres to dramatically increase throughput while also saving money.
With over 500 HPC applications accelerated - including 15 out of top 15 - as well as all deep learning frameworks, every HPC customer can deploy accelerators in their data centres.
Tesla P100 for PCIe enables mixed-workload HPC data centres to realise a dramatic jump in throughput while saving money. A single GPU-accelerated node powered by four Tesla P100s interconnected with PCIe replaces up to 32 commodity CPU nodes for a variety of applications. Being able to complete tasks with far fewer nodes ensures customers can save up to 70% in overall data centre costs.
The Tesla P100 is reimagined from silicon to software, crafted with innovation at every level. Each groundbreaking technology delivers a dramatic jump in performance to inspire the creation of the world's fastest compute node.
The NVIDIA Pascal architecture enables the Tesla P100 to deliver superior performance for HPC and hyperscale workloads. With more than 21 teraflops of FP16 performance, Pascal is optimised to drive exciting new possibilities in deep learning applications. Pascal also delivers over 5 and 10 teraflops of double and single precision performance for HPC workloads.
The Tesla P100 tightly integrates compute and data on the same package by adding CoWoS (Chip-on-Wafer-on-Substrate) with HBM2 technology to deliver 3x memory performance over the NVIDIA Maxwell architecture. This delivers a generational leap in time-to-solution for data-intensive applications.
The revolutionary NVIDIA NVLink high-speed bidirectional interconnect is designed to scale applications across multiple GPUs by delivering 5x higher performance compared to today's best-in-class technology.
Page Migration Engine frees up developers to focus more on tuning for computing performance and less on managing data movement. Applications can now scale beyond the GPU's physical memory size to virtually limitless amount of memory.
The fastest and highest performance PC graphics card created, the NVIDIA Titan RTX is powered by Turing architecture and delivers 130 Tensor TFLOPs of performance, 576 tensor cores and 24GB of super-fast GDDR6 memory to your PC. The Titan RTX powers machine learning, AI and creative workflows.
It is hard to find a better option for dealing with computationally intense workloads than the Titan RTX. Created to dominate in even the most demanding of situations, it brings ultimate speed to your data centre. The Titan RTX is built on NVIDIA's Turing GPU Architecture. It includes the very latest Tensor Core and RT Core technology and is also supported by NVIDIA drivers and SDKs. This enables you to work faster and leads to improved results.
AI models can be trained significantly faster with 576 NVIDIA Turing mixed-precision Tensor Cores providing 130 TLOPS of AI performance. This card works well with all the best-known deep learning frameworks, is compatible with NVIDIA GPU Cloud and is supported by NVIDIA's CUDA-X AI SDK.
It allows for application acceleration, working significantly faster with 4609 NVIDIA Turing CUDA cores accelerating end-to-end data science workflows. With 24 GB GDD44 memory you can process gargantuan sets of data.
The Titan RTX reaches a level of performance far beyond its predecessors. Built with multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores, Titan RTX provides breakthrough performance from FP32, FP16, INT8 and INT4, making quicker training and inferencing of neural networks possible.
NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPUs power the planets most reliable mainstream servers. They can fit easily into standard data centre infrastructures. Designed into a low-profile, 70-watt package, T4 is powered by NVIDIA Turing Tensor Cores, supplying innovative multi-precision performance to accelerate a vast range of modern applications.
It is almost certain that we are heading towards a future where each of your customer interactions, every one of your products and services will be influenced and enhanced by Artificial Intelligence. AI is going to become the driving force behind all future business, and whoever adapts first to this change is going to hold the key to business success in the long term.
The NVIDIA T4 GPU allows you to cost-effectively scale artificial intelligence-based services. It accelerates diverse cloud workloads, including high-performance computing, data analytics, deep learning training and inference, graphics and machine learning. T4 features multi-precision Turing Tensor Cores and new RT Cores. It is based on NVIDIA Turing architecture and comes in a very energy efficient small PCIe form factor. T4 delivers ground-breaking performance at scale.
T4 harnesses revolutionary Turing Tensor Core technology featuring multi-precision computing to deal with diverse workloads. The T4 is capable of reaching blazing fast speeds.
User engagement will be a vital component of successful AI implementation, with responsiveness being one of the main keys. This will be especially apparent in services such as visual search, conversational AI and recommended systems. Over time as models continue to advance and increase in complexity, ever growing compute capability will be required. T4 provides up to massively improved throughput, allowing for more requests to be served in real time.
The medium of online video is quite possibly the number one way of delivering information in the modern age. As we move forward into the future, the volume of online videos will only continue to grow exponentially. Simultaneously, the demand for answers to how to efficiently search and gain insights from video continues to grow.
T4 provides ground-breaking performance for AI video applications, featuring dedicated hardware transcoding engines which deliver 2x the decoding performance possible with previous-generation GPUs. T4 is able to decode up to nearly 40 full high definition video streams, making it simple to integrate scalable deep learning into video pipelines to provide inventive, smart video services.
With 32 GB HBM2 memory and powered by the newest GPU architecture NVIDIA Volta, the NVIDIA Tesla V100S delivers the performance of up to 100 CPUs within a single GPU. Allowing data engineers, researchers and scientists to undertake challenges once believed to be impossible.
The NVIDIA Tesla V100S is the most advanced breakthrough data centre GPU ever created to accelerate AI, Graphics and HPC. Tesla V100S is the crown jewel of the Tesla data centre computing platform for deep learning, graphics and HPC. Over 450 HPC applications and every major deep learning framework can be accelerated by the Tesla platform. They are available everywhere from desktops to servers to cloud services, providing humungous performance gains and cost saving opportunities.
The previous Tesla V100 has had been hailed as the most advanced data centre graphics card, with this new GPU taking things up a notch. Designed for AI acceleration, high performance computing, graphics and data science, the Nvidia Tesla V100S is a real game changer.
The Tesla V100S is an upgrade over the Tesla V100, with its level of performance going above and beyond what was possible with the V100.
The main difference between the two is in the memory capacities available. The NVIDIA Tesla V100S only has a 32 GB HBM2 version and boasts higher boost clock speeds (1601MHz) and memory bandwidth (1134 GBps).
With this enhanced clock speed, the V100S can deliver up to 17.1% higher single and double-precision performance, with 16.4TFLOPs and 8.2TFLOPs respectively in comparison to the original V100. Tensor performance has also been enhanced by 16.1%, now reaching 130TFLOPs.
The NVIDIA A100 GPU provides unmatched acceleration at every scale for data analytics, AI and high-performance computing to attack the very toughest computing challenges. An A100 can efficiently and effectively scale to thousands of GPUs. With NVIDIA Multi-Instance GPU (MIG) technology, it can be partitioned into 7 GPU instances, accelerating workloads of every size.
The NVIDIA A100 introduces double-precision Tensor Cores, delivering the biggest milestone since double-precision computing was introduced in GPUs. The speed boost this offers can be immense, with a 10-hour double precision simulation running on NVIDIA V100 Tensor Core GPUs being cut down to only 4 hours when run on A100s. High performance applications are also able to leverage TF32 precision in A100s Tensor Cores to reach up to a 10x increased throughput for single-precision dense matrix multiply operations.
In modern data centres it is vital to be able to visualise, analysis and transform huge datasets into insights. However, scale-out solutions quite often end up being bogged down as datasets end up spread across many servers. Servers powered by the A100 deliver the necessary compute power, as well as 1.6TB/sec of memory bandwidth and huge scalability.
The NVIDIA A100 with MIG maximises GPU-accelerated infrastructure utilisation in a way never seen before. With MIG, an A100 GPU can be partitioned into up to 7 independent instances. This can give a multitude of users access to GPU acceleration for their applications and projects.
Broadberry GPU Servers harness the processing power of NVIDIA Tesla graphics processing units for millions of applications such as image and video processing, computational biology and chemistry, fluid dynamics simulation, CT image reconstruction, seismic analysis, ray tracing, and much more.
As computing evolves, and processing moves from the CPU to co-processing between the CPU and GPU's, NVIDIA invented the CUDA parallel computing architecture to harness the performance benefits.
Speak to Broadberry GPU computing experts to find out more.
Accelerating scientific discovery, visualising big data for insights, and providing smart services to consumers are everyday challenges for researchers and engineers. Solving these challenges takes increasingly complex and precise simulations, the processing of tremendous amounts of data, or training sophisticated deep learning networks. These workloads also require accelerating data centres to meet the growing demand for exponential computing.
NVIDIA Tesla is the world's leading platform for accelerated data centres, deployed by some of the world's largest supercomputing centres and enterprises. It combines GPU accelerators, accelerated computing systems, interconnect technologies, development tools and applications to enable faster scientific discoveries and big data insights.
At the heart of the NVIDIA Tesla platform are the massively parallel PU accelerators that provide dramatically higher throughput for compute-intensive workloads - without increasing the power budget and physical footprint of data centres.
Traditionally servers are configured to use a CPU for processing - components which are built to handle a wide range of computing requirements and work perfectly for traditional applications such as email servers and storage servers. There are however a growing number of applications which benefit enormously from using a graphics card for processing.
A GPU server is a server configured with graphics cards which are built to harness the raw processing power of GPUs. Through utilising an offloading process, the CPU is able to send certain tasks to the GPUs and therefore greatly increasing server performance.
GPUs are designed to deal with anything thrown at them, thriving in the most computationally intense applications.
GPU dedicated servers are often used for fast 3D processing, error-free number crunching and accurate floating-point arithmetic where the design of graphical processing units allows them to run compute considerably faster than a CPU could. While they often operate at slower clock speeds than CPUs, GPUs can possess thousands of cores, allowing them to harness thousands of individual threads at the same time known as parallel computing.
In computationally intensive environments offloading tasks to a GPU is an excellent way minimise pressure on the CPU, mitigating any potential performance bottlenecks.
A significant number of the Big Data tasks which create business value involve constantly repeating the same operations. The huge number of cores available in GPU servers are conducive to this type of work. It is split up between processors to get through voluminous data sets at a faster rate.
GPU servers tend to use less energy in comparison to CPU-only based servers, providing long term reduction in TCO.
Broadberry GPU optimised servers feature up to 3TB of RAM and can be powered by the latest Intel Xeon Scalable processors or AMD EPYC series processors. With a massive range of GPU options available, Broadberry GPU dense servers can be configured with up to 10x NVIDIA Tesla GPU cards, the worlds leading platform for accelerating datacentres. Deployed by many of the planets largest supercomputing centres and enterprises, it utilises GPU accelerators, interconnect technologies, accelerated computing systems, development tools and applications to allow for faster scientific discoveries and big data insights.
At the centre of the NVIDIA Tesla platform is the hugely parallel GPU accelerators that deliver significantly higher throughput for compute-intensive workloads, without a subsequent rise in physical footprint of data centres or an increase in power consumption.
Broadberry GPU servers are built around industry-leading GPU-optimised server chassis which have been designed and rigorously tested to run up to 10x GPUs for massively parallel computing whilst keeping cool due to the latest advances in server cooling technology.
Our online configurator allows you to configure your GPU optimised server with a wide range of powerful processors, RAM options as well as SSD, NVMe or HDD storage options.
GPUs excel at performing massively parallel operations very quickly up to 10x quicker than their counterpart CPUs can. As a GPU is designed to perform parallel operations on multiple sets of data, they can quickly render high-resolution images and 3D video concurrently, analyse big sets of data faster or train your AI application. NVIDIA Tesla based GPU servers are also often used for non-graphical tasks, including scientific computation and machine learning.
The amount of GPUs that a GPU optimised server could be configured with used to be limited by three main factors the number of lanes on the CPU, physical space in the chassis, and the power that the systems power supply could provide. Working closely with our partners, Broadberrys GPU server range utilises the latest technical advances in the industry to allow up to 10x double with GPU cards in a system, or 20x single width cards.
Before leaving our UK workshop, all Broadberry server and storage solutions undergo a rigorous 48 hour testing procedure. This, along with the high-quality industry leading components ensures all of our server and storage solutions meet the strictest quality guidelines demanded from us.
Our main objective is to offer great value, high-quality server and storage solutions, we understand that every company has different requirements and as such are able to offer un-equaled flexibility in designing custom server and storage solutions to meet our clients' needs.
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