“As one of the original technology partners for NVIDIA’s Tesla line, we are honored to be recognized for our leadership in GPU-integrated solutions,”- Jean Shih, President, AMAX
FREMONT, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2015
AMAX, a leading provider of HPC and Data Center solutions, today announced that it has achieved Elite Solution Provider status in the NVIDIA Partner Network program.
Specifically, the designation recognizes AMAX’s achievement in the Accelerated Computing Competency, which includes technical expertise; customer service; and the ability to design, implement, and maintain best-in-class accelerated computing solutions from NVIDIA.
The NVIDIA Elite Solution Provider in Accelerated Computing Competency recognizes partners who design, deploy, and support parallel computing, HPC (high performance computing), and other accelerated computing markets such as big data processing/analytics.
The Accelerated Computing Competency encompasses system solutions, infrastructure management, and communications. It includes the following NVIDIA products and technologies: Tesla®, NVLink™, CUDA®, and PGI. The designation is a result of annual revenue performance and successfully completing the NVIDIA’s Accelerated Computing training requirements.
“As one of the original technology partners for NVIDIA’s Tesla line, we are honored to be recognized for our leadership in GPU-integrated solutions,” said Jean Shih, President, AMAX. “We plan to continue supporting this market by developing highly efficient and powerful cluster technologies for the medical, financial and research markets.”
“With the NVIDIA Partner Network program, we’re creating a network of partners who collaborate to inspire and delight customers with world-class visual computing solutions,” said Shanker Trivedi, vice president of Enterprise Business, Worldwide Field Operations at NVIDIA. “The Elite Solution Provider status represents the highest level of accelerated computing expertise a partner can achieve, and we welcome AMAX, well known for providing dynamic solution and Open Compute Project design, into our new program.”
AMAX will showcase an OCP-Ready GPU platform at the GPU Technology Conference (GTC), March 17-20th at the San Jose Convention Center. Compatible with the Facebook-inspired Open Compute Open Rack standard, this platform marries the operational efficiency and modularity of OCP with parallel-computing performance of NVIDIA GPUs. Key features include support for Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3 processors, 16 DIMM slots for up to 512GB RAM, and an NVIDIA Tesla K80 card, making it a dynamic platform for parallel-computing applications such as database mining, risk analytics, life & earth science modeling and seismic exploration. The platform serves as an available building block for AMAX’s ClusterMax™ OCP cluster.
AMAX will also showcase GPU-based platforms for the medical industry. These platforms are ideal for applications such as medical imaging, and manufactured under AMAX’s ISO 13485 certificate for industry compliance. These solutions are available branded or as OEM platforms.
To learn more about AMAX GPU platforms and more, please stop by the AMAX booth #812 at GTC 2015, or visit http://www.amax.com/hpc/gpusystems.asp.
AMAX is a trusted leader in Data Center, HPC and OEM Solutions in North America and has been recognized for several industry awards including most recently, the 2014 Best of VMWorld and Intel Server Innovation Award for its CloudMax™ Converged Cloud Infrastructure solution. Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Silicon Valley with additional locations in China and Ireland to offer global manufacturing and logistics, AMAX is a full service open-architecture manufacturer specializing in innovative server-to-rack level solutions developed for Datacenter, HPC, Cloud and Big Data applications. AMAX’s extensive menu of services includes best-in-class engineering & architectural design, ISO-certified manufacturing, customizable test automation, supply chain management, as well as global logistics, certification & technical support. As an Official OCP Solutions Provider, AMAX can build its solutions using both standard and OCP architecture. To learn more, please visit http://www.amax.com/
For more information, contact:
AMAX Corporate Communications