ScaleMatrix, through its subsidiary company, DDC, is collaborating with NVIDIA and Microway to deliver SKUs for an 8-petaflop and a 13-petaflop “supercomputer anywhere” solution using its Dynamic Density Control™ (DDC) S-Series cabinets. DDC cabinet technology, purpose built for scaling dense computing, enables a modular approach to computing through its S-Series platform — a pressurized clean room quality air conditioning system combined with a closed-loop, water-chilled liquid cooling system — all encased in a ruggedized cabinet complete with biometric security, air filtration, and fire suppression capabilities. The modular S-Series cabinets can be erected anywhere power and a roof exists. Through this system, ScaleMatrix and Microway will deliver a flexible SKU option for customizable supercomputers powered by NVIDIA DGX systems that can be deployed virtually anywhere, regardless of data center resource availability, to meet the high-performance computing (HPC) and AI needs of any organization. The composable ’AI Anywhere‘ SKU, will operate between 42 and 49 kW fully loaded, within the precision-tuned temperature and airflow management system provided by the DDC S-Series cabinet system. The units will be sold complete with storage and networking following DGX POD reference architecture designs. Microway will offer services and expertise in integrating the hardware and software within the DDC cabinet solution prior to delivery. The customer experience is simply to physically install the DDC cabinet platform, connect network interfaces, power on the system, and begin to load data and start training runs.
Supercomputer Anywhere — DDC, a ScaleMatrix company
April 11, 2020