QCT Debuts New Servers, Storage Solutions

The company is also partnering with NVIDIA to develop a solution for 3D VDI applications.

Quanta Cloud Technology (QCT), a datacenter solution provider, launched three new server and storage products at NVIDIA GTC 2015. The technology includes the QuantaGrid D51BV-2U and STRATOS S210-X2A2J.

The Quanta Grid is based on Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600v3 family and DDR4 memory to support up to two GPU (graphics processing units) accelerators. The STRATOS is designed for up to four GPUs in a 2U chassis.

For storage, QTC debuted the QuantaPlex T21P-4U, a two-node storage server that features dual-socket server nodes and up to 70 top-loaded hot-swappable 3.5 in. HDD bays.

In addition to releasing this new technology, QTC is partnering with NVIDIA to work on the VDIBlock 3D Advance solution. The device is based on NVIDIA GRID GPUs and VMWare Horizon 6.0. As part of this collaboration, QCT is building next-generation x86 systems with the components of the NVIDIA Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform.

“NVLink unlocks the full potential of GPU accelerators by enabling CPUs and GPUs to transfer data at unprecedented speeds,” said Sumit Gupta, general manager of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA. “QCT extends the benefits of NVLink to the x86 ecosystem and gives our customers an easy path to higher levels of enterprise and HPC application performance.”

For more information, visit QCT.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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