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Thursday, August 25, 2011
NVIDIA Tesla GPUs Now Easier to Deploy With New GPU Starter Kit


NVIDIA today announced the availability of a limited-edition GPU Starter Kit from HP, a pre-configured system that provides researchers with a ready-to-use GPU computing cluster, straight out of the box.

It consists of eight HP ProLiant SL390 G7 servers, containing 24 NVIDIA Tesla M2070 GPUs, 16 CPUs, and is pre-configured with the latest NVIDIA CUDA 4.0 parallel computing software.

Designed for ease of deployment and to address the availability of GPU-enabled scientific applications, the GPU Starter Kit enables every university, government research department and enterprise customer to quickly deploy a rack of GPU-accelerated servers. The system delivers 13.5 teraflops of peak performance and is priced at $99,000, roughly 50 percent below the typical list price. The kit also includes a set of third-party development tools at discounted prices to facilitate application optimization.

For more information or to purchase the HP GPU Starter Kit, contact your HP sales representative, or send an email to hpstarterkit@nvidia.com.


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