Richfield OH, November 25, 2002--Rocketcalc announced today the availability of its Titan GNU/Linux cluster system. Titan packs eight Xeon processors, up to 8 Gbps available ethernet network bandwidth, and up to 16 GB DDR RAM in a sleek, compact enclosure. Designed for easy integration with a front-end workstation, Titan provides an affordable, high-performance cluster solution for scientific computing, parallel development and graphics applications.
Unlike traditional bulky and complex rack-mount clusters, Titan can be placed unobtrusively in an office or lab, and installation is simple. Titan provides a level of flexibility and a performance/price ratio that greatly surpasses traditional supercomputer platforms and other commodity cluster systems.
Rocketcalc cluster systems are backed by exceptional support and service from people with backgrounds in scientific computing. Our hardware, software and support work together to dramatically reduce the complexity of managing clusters, freeing the user to focus on applications.
For additional specifications, pictures, and ordering information, visit: http://www.rocketcalc.com/
About Rocketcalc: Formed in 2000 in Kent, Ohio, Rocketcalc produces compact, affordable clusters, easy-to-use management tools and software. Rocketcalc clusters are designed for high-performance scientific, engineering, and graphics applications.