Building out a HPC Cloud Cluster takes some careful planning because of the workloads and growth potential that each of these workloads bring. We’ve specialized in building out HPC Clusters for years and have software we specialize with.
Overclocked servers can come in many varieties and configurations. There are several key elements to understand, especially with the boundaries of overclocking.
With an absolute need for low latency & high frequency CPUs for trading servers and tick-to-trade optimization, Intel Alder Lake servers are providing benefits for traders who rely on CPUs and FPGAs for performance.
Low latency servers are becoming more and more popular because of their use cases and the need for speed in many industries. Low latency is important in the datacenter/web hosting industry, it’s important in the CDN industry, it’s important in the high frequency trading industry.
NVIDIA has several datacenter grade GPUs that they list. We’ll take a look at each that they list and explain some of their benefits.
We’ve built many overclocked servers for many use cases and Intels Alder Lake CPUs are starting to bring some promise to Intel’s brand for overclocking, regardless of your cooling setup.
GPU in the cloud is becoming an interesting marketplace for increasing workloads in the GPU sector. There are lots of things to consider when it comes to building out GPU clouds and GPU hardware.
Whether you’re looking to improve your disk I/O performance or provide yourself with disk redundancy, RAID cards are an easy way to make this work. Hardware RAID and software RAID are both options and depending on your use case, one may be better than the other.
Trading Servers are becoming more and more popular with the emergence of High Frequency Trading Servers taking a lot of financial workload. The reason trading servers are based around high frequency & low latency is because of the ultimate race to zero.
AMD is launching the Zen 4 Ryzen 7000 processors later in the year and it’s heating up the workstation market. We saw the battle for processor dominance with the last edition of Ryzen 5000 series processors vs Intel Rocket Lake and now the main manufacturers are heading for another contest.
AMD has been continuing to acquire market share over the last couple of years and we’ve noticed a large interest in AMD Ryzen & Epyc Servers. AMD managed to make some serious inroads with their 5000 series Ryzen processors that were able to beat Intel Rocket Lake like-for-like on CPU benchmarks.
Our new, highest frequency Vega 116i SKUs are coming soon. Featuring Intels latest i9-KS900 CPUs and offering world record speeds, low latency and improved application performance. Register your interest today, and find out more about these world record HFT servers.