GMS Velocity 2U "4x4" server configuration includes four 28-core Intel Scalable Xeon CPUs and four Nvidia A100 GPGPUs

The American company General Micro Systems (GMS), specializing in the production of secure servers, has presented the Velocity 2U "4x4" server for artificial intelligence applications. According to the manufacturer, the server is intended for use "on the battlefield": as part of command posts, tactical operations centers, and protected platforms such as autonomous vehicles, as well as in onboard surveillance, data mining, and in other cases when a combination of high performance, small size, and air cooling. The server is designed as a 2U rackmount unit.

Its configuration includes four 28-core Intel Scalable Xeon CPUs for a total of 112 cores and four Nvidia A100 GPGPUs that are included in PCIe Gen 3 x16 slots. The DDR4 ECC RAM is 4TB. The server includes a storage subsystem that can contain up to 22 SSDs with a total capacity of up to 264 TB with NVMe and RAID support. There are 16 ports of 100 GbE for network connection. To connect custom I / O modules, 144 PCIe Gen 3 lanes are available, which are brought out into 8 slots. The server uses hot-plug power supply redundancy. The server is designed to operate at temperatures from 0 ° C to +40 ° C (optionally from -20 ° C to +75 ° C).

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