With compute-intensive operations, your priority is a dense hardware design that optimizes performance and efficiency.
The tools MBX Systems can bring to tackle your HPC needs.
Solutions architected for scale and speed
MBX has the server design, engineering, and production expertise to aggregate the computing power needed to deliver reliable high performance, energy-efficient products that minimize the footprint in the data center. Server architecture features NVMe storage for I/O intensive databases and the latest GPU technologies to pack performance in HPC clusters for processing data-intensive workloads.
HYBRID VALUE ENGINEERING
Hardware management to blend commodity hardware with custom solutions
Achieving the lowest total cost of ownership in HPC design requires intelligent engineering to take advantage of commodity hardware. MBX engineers will configure your high-density hardware, networking, and cluster architecture with the simplicity of off-the-shelf components when possible, and will customize chassis cases or other requirements when no commercially available option exists. And if Tier 1 hardware is a priority, we can leverage our strong partnerships with Dell EMC, HPE, Intel, Seagate, Samsung, Hitachi, NVIDIA, and more.
HIGH TOUCH TURNKEY DEPLOYMENT
MBX solutions aren’t simply finished products, they’re turnkey deployments
The benefits of working with MBX is end-to-end support for the life of your product. We provide a high-touch turnkey deployment, from engineering the components, networking, and clustering, loading your base image for testing, and providing support services after deployment. Before it leaves our facility, you have the opportunity to test your integrated hardware with your software to validate everything performs as expected. And after it’s deployed, the MBX support services team will provide hardware warranty and support services, including lifetime telephone support.
We had an error we were unable to diagnose, and the MBX support team worked with us late into the night in diligent pursuit of a solution, even when it surfaced that it might not be a hardware problem.