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BOXX Personal Supercomputer for Research Scientists Featured at SC08
Date:11/18/2008

rcomputing at NVIDIA. "We are delighted to have them as provider of Tesla Personal Supercomputers."

Through the revolutionary NVIDIA CUDA™ parallel computing architecture powered by up to 960 processing cores, the BOXX PSC delivers nearly four TFLOPS of GPU computing power, offering computing performance 250 times faster than a standard PC. The BOXX PSC offers a space-saving desktop solution alternative to large clusters to meet the demands of the compute-intensive work these scientists require.

"Boxx has designed a workstation that is quiet and has an extremely reliable cooling system, which is essential for continuous computing. Our Personal Supercomputer comes with either Microsoft Windows® or Linux® operating systems pre-installed, required by a broader spectrum of scientific, medical, and engineering professionals," said Shoaib Mohammad, director of business development and international sales for BOXX Technologies

For more information on BOXX PSC, go to www.boxxtech.com/PSC.

About BOXX Technologies
BOXX Technologies has served the high-performance computing needs of professionals in a broad range of industries since 1998, developing multi-GPU based systems for entertainment media, architecture, research, and defense. BOXX is located in Austin, Texas, with customers worldwide.

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