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Dell, one of the world’s largest makers of servers, on Wednesday announced new blade machines aimed database processing or high-performance computing (HPC) applications that can optionally integrate Nvidia Tesla 2000-series computing boards. Dell becomes the second top server maker to adopt GPGPU technology by Nvidia.

The new PowerEdge M610x brings a new set of capabilities to Dell’s blade portfolio and provides customers database acceleration and expanded stream-processing capabilities by integrating solutions like Nvidia Tesla 2050 computing acceleration card or Fusion-IO’s ioDrive Duo solid-state drive.

Dell PowerEdge 610 is based on Intel Xeon 5500-series microprocessors and Intel 5520 core-logic, can support up to 96GB of DDR3 memory using 12 DIMM slots, features several bays for hard drives and so on. Considering that it is a blade machine, customers will have to install either high-end SSD from Fusion-io or high-performance stream processing Tesla solution from Nvidia.

Although Dell announced its PowerEdge M610x along with a number of other server offerings targeting higher end market, it is still remarkable that such a big player decided to adopt Nvidia Tesla cards that belong to Fermi-generation solutions for its machines.

The Dell PowerEdge M610x will be available in July.

Tags: Dell, Tesla, HPC, Nvidia, Fermi

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I have read thos information about dell servers:

Dell, one of the world’s largest makers of servers, on Wednesday announced new blade machines aimed database processing or high-performance computing (HPC) applications that can optionally integrate Nvidia Tesla 2000-series computing boards. Dell becomes the second top server maker to adopt GPGPU technology by Nvidia.

So I wonder if I can get a quotation of Dell blade server with GPU. My e-mail is carmusk@yahoo.com
I am in Medellin Colombia,
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