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Convey Computer Announces New Hybrid-Core Coprocessor to Accelerate Data-Intensive Applications
Date:11/18/2013

Richardson, TX (PRWEB) November 18, 2013

Convey Computer, the leader in hybrid-core computing, today announced the Wolverine® family of coprocessors, a powerful line of application accelerators that provide application-specific hardware acceleration for key algorithms. The products’ PCI Express form factor is ideal for accelerating applications in life sciences, big data, security, and other industries involved in high-performance computing (HPC). Wolverine is currently available in three deployment models: in Convey’s new WX Series of hybrid-core (HC) servers, as an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) product, and in the recently announced Convey Memcached Appliance.

Convey delivers accelerated hybrid-core solutions to customers who need powerful platforms that reduce time-to-solution, lower operating costs, and shrink data center footprints. Wolverine provides all of the benefits of existing Convey hybrid-core solutions in a form factor that delivers additional options for fast and easy acceleration of a greater number of applications.

Higher Performance, Lower Energy Consumption
“Like our existing line of hybrid-core, reconfigurable coprocessors, Convey’s new Wolverine accelerator coupled with the latest x86 servers provides higher absolute performance and improved efficiency,” explained Bruce Toal, CEO of Convey. “Additionally, Wolverine’s easy to deploy form factor gives customers more options to address their application performance requirements. Because Wolverine is available in three deployment models, customers are now able to implement the innovative accelerator technology in a hardware configuration that best meets their needs.”

Wolverine Key Benefits
Ideal for applications requiring extremely high compute capability and large, high bandwidth memory, Wolverine incorporates the latest h
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