Need Powerful Server Options?
Check out our multi-processor platforms for your research or industry-specific needs. Our servers deliver the best and latest in high performance technologies. Our 2, 4, or 8-way platforms have tremendous memory capacity as well as the latest in multi-core processors offered by Intel or AMD.
These multiprocessor platforms are enabled for research applications in numerous industries.
- Support for up to 8 CPUs
- Tremendous memory capacity - up to 2TB
- Support for Linux and Windows OS
- Custom - configured to your specifications
- Green, 90%+ power efficient power supplies
- Multi GPU support
- 6 GB/s SAS controllers
Technical SpecificationsBuilding Block Options for Your Server
|Processors||Intel E5 series - 2600, 4600 - 2 or 4-way - up to 8 cores
Intel E7 series - 4 or 8-way - Up to 10 cores
AMD Opteron - 6000 series - 2 or 4-way - up to 16 cores
AMD Opteron - 4000 series - 1 or 2-way - up to 8 cores
|Management||Integrated IPMI 2.0 Mgmt +
KVM with dedicated LAN
|Power Supply||Up to 93% High-Effciency Power Supply
Redundancy options available
|RAID Controllers||Intel, Adaptec or Areca SAS/SATA/SCSI controllers|
|Form Factor||1U to 4U Tower or Rackmount
Up to 80 cores in 5U
|Memory Requirements /Capacity||Supports up to 2TB|
|Interconnects||GbE, 10GbE, or Infiniband|
|Storage||Multiple Hot Swap options|
|Operating System||Linux or Windows|
Founded in 1996, Red Barn Computers has become a leader in High Performance Computing and Cluster Applications. Our expertise has given us the unique ability to offer total solutions encompassing all aspects of HPC - including turn-key solutions, storage, design, and administration. Red Barn also offers a wide array of custom Linux or open architecture platforms that are designed and built using high-end, reliable, industry standard components. Our products include Dual, Quad, and 8 CPU Systems, along with high end workstations. Our Clustering products are based on the Warewulf/Perceus platform, and provide numerous solutions for High Performance and High Availability Clusters.