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    AMAX Personal Supercomputer - Clustering Power in a Box
    Posted by Chloe Tan, Wednesday October 29 2008 @ 04:34PM EDT

    AMAX Launches New Personal Supercomputer Workstation
    Clustering Power in a Box

    Fremont, CA - October 28, 2008. AMAX, the #1 server and storage system builder in North America, launches a dedicated, high performance Personal Supercomputer (PSC). AMAX's ServMax PSC solution transforms a workstation into a cluster, with support for up to 960 processing cores and 4 TeraFlops in a single workstation.

    AMAX's ServMax PSC is a cluster in a box. It is optimized for scientific computing, delivering up to15x cost savings and 15x lower power than traditional 1U rack-optimized servers. They are ideal for life sciences, geosciences, engineering & sciences, molecular biology, medical diagnostics, electronic design automation (EDA), government and defense, visualization, financial modeling, and oil & gas applications.

    In addition, the AMAX ServMax PSC delivers the massive processing computing power previously available only from supercomputers to scientists, engineers and other technical professionals, enabling timely discoveries that transform billions of lives every day. It enables the necessary transition to energy efficient parallel computing power, with simplified application development. It also enables universities, research institutions, and companies in these and other fields to complete exponentially complex simulation models much quicker than before.

    Additional features of AMAX's ServMax PSC solutions include:

    • Industry's first massively multi-threaded architecture with a 240-processor computing core
    • Many-core architecture delivers optimum scaling across HPC applications
    • High-efficiency computing platform for energy-conscious organizations
    • NVIDIA CUDA™ technology unlocks the power of Tesla many-core computing products
    • Standard C compiler simplifying application development
    • A suite of developer tools (C-compiler, debugger, performance profiler, optimized libraries)
    • Largest ISV development community for GPU Computing applications
    • Seamlessly fit into existing HPC environments

    "AMAX is proud to be working closely with technology partners such as NVIDIA to deliver best-in-class, high performance personal supercomputing solutions that address customers' most demanding HPC application and I/O requirements," said Jean Shih, President of AMAX. Our ServMax PSC platform dramatically reduces computational times from weeks and months to hours and minutes. It represents one of the most significant product innovations in the high-performance computing industry."

    About NVIDIA

    NVIDIA Corporation is the worldwide leader in programmable graphics processor technologies. The Company creates innovative, industry-changing products for computing, consumer electronics, and mobile devices. NVIDIA is headquartered in Santa Clara, CA and has offices throughout Asia, Europe, and the Americas. For more information, visit www.nvidia.com.

    About AMAX

    Founded in 1979 in Silicon Valley, AMAX is the leader in Custom Servers and Storage solutions in North America, and is comprised of four key divisions that deliver customized solutions to a wide array of industries. AMAX's Contract Manufacturing Division provides comprehensive custom manufacturing and logistics services to OEM customers. AMAX's Corporate Solutions Division leads the custom server and storage manufacturing industries in North America, with products ranging from high-performance computing clusters, enterprise servers, and blades to graphic workstations. AMAX's Distribution Division furnishes resellers with quality component pricing, streamlined inventory, and unequaled service as a leading national IT distributor. AMAX has expanded its products, services, and offices globally. Finally, AMAX's China office provides IT and hardware solutions to customers in China and other countries. Our manufacturing facilities hold ISO 9001 certification to ensure the highest quality. For more information on AMAX's new products and solutions, visit www.amax.com.


    Contact Person: James Huang
    Company Name: AMAX Engineering
    Contact Number: (510) 497-8809
    Fax Number: (510) 497-8781
    Email Address: james_huang@amax.com
    Website: www.amax.com

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