We don’t get the chance to announce new players in the HPC space very often, especially from our hometown of Portland. Today newcomers nCore HPC announced the BrownDwarf Y-class supercomputer, a heterogeneous ARM- and DSP-based system designed for green high performance computing.
With its unique parallel computing architecture and a high performance, low latency interconnect, the BrownDwarf is “Y-Class supercomputer” with extremely low power consumption. In a 144 node configuration, BrownDwarf delivers 70 Teraflops of performance at 10kw inside a 42U high rack.
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