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Nvidia Tesla M2050 Now Available in IBM System X iDataPlex dx360 M3
Nvidia Corp. said on Tuesday that its high-performance M2050 modules based on Tesla T20-series computing processors are now available inside IBM System x-series iDataPlex dx360 M3 high-performance servers. This is the first time when a major maker of servers integrates Nvidia Tesla computing solution into its high-performance computing (HPC) offering.
IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M3 is system that comes in a half-depth 2U Flex or 3U storage chassis that is based on up to two Intel Xeon 5600-series (six-core, 3.06GHz) that can sport up to 128GB DDR3 memory, up to 24TB of storage space with RAID support and up to two Nvidia Tesla M2050 computing modules. Other specifications and configurations may wary depending on the actual requirements.
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