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SGI Introduces Altix UV 10
Posted Wed March 31, 2010 @10:17AM
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Hardware Today, SGI announced the immediate availability of Altix UV 10, a new high performance quad-socket server that enhances the range of data-intensive applications addressed by the Altix® UV product family.

The entire Altix UV product line (Altix UV 10, 100 and 1000) uniquely exploits the increased performance and scalability of the Intel Xeon processor 7500 series released today by Intel Corporation.


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Altix UV 10 meets the needs of a diverse set of data-intensive workloads including:
  • Analytics and CAE applications such as ANSYS and MSC Nastran
  • Applications in high performance computing (HPC) domains such as life sciences and energy
  • Data-ingest and pre- and post-processing workloads often found in government and enterprise markets

As well, Altix UV 10 is a compelling virtualization platform for general-purpose enterprise server consolidation.

In conjunction with the Altix UV 10 launch, SGI also announced that it has submitted world-record SPEC benchmark results with Altix UV 1000, proving that Altix UV is the world's fastest shared memory system.

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