The Dell PowerEdge C4130 server features two sockets in a 1U platform and is optimized for scale-out high-performance workloads. This system also supports up to four double-width GPU accelerators, delivering up to 7.2 teraflops on a single 1U server. This system can be easily adapted to support specific performance requirements.
The Dell PowerEdge C4130 server is part of Dell's C-series and delivers up to 7.2 teraflops in a single, ultra-dense 1U platform. Teraflops are a unit of measure used for high-performance computing (and gaming consoles) and feature much faster data transfer than a typical server, achieved with the addition of GPU coprocessors. It supports dual Intel Xeon processors and up to four 300W PCIe accelerators, either Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors or Nvidia Tesla GPUs. There are five unique configurations available for this system to support workloads in science, research, finance, and medical applications.
This system can support either one or two Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 or E5-2600 v4 processors supporting up to 22 cores. Additional compute power is provided by up to four Intel Xeon Phi accelerators or Nvidia tesla GPUs like the K40 or K80 dual GPU accelerators.
Supported by Intel's C612 series chipset, the Dell C4130 is capable of supporting a maximum of 16 DDR4 memory modules in a two processor configuration. Each processor has four memory channels, and each channel supports two memory modules, either Registered (RDIMM) or Load Reduced (LRDIMM). With dual processors and 64GB memory modules installed in all 16 slots, this system will support up to 1TB of memory at speeds of up to 2400MT/s. Of course, memory speed is dependent on the memory module, memory configuration, and a compatible CPU that supports this transfer speed.
There are two 1.8-inch SATA SSD boot drives that are accessible from the back of the system. Four more 2.5-inch cabled SAS or SATA drives can be mounted in an optional HD cage that occupies the top power supply slot. However, adding the additional 2.5-inch drive cage will disable power redundancy. The system also features an optional Internal Dual SD Card Module (IDSDM) that can be configured to boot the system or for additional storage, and can be configured for redundancy or single card operation.
There are two PCIe 3.0 low-profile slots for additional I/O. An optional 96-lane PCIe switch is also available for certain accerator configurations and offers 4 x16 slots in the front of the system to support up to four double-wide GPU accelerators from Nvidia or Intel. Optional adapters support single, dual, and quad port I/O alternative supporting 10GbE, and Infiniband FDR and the new EDR (Enhanced Data Rate) supporting 100GbE. There is also an integrated dual port 1GbE LAN on Motherboard (LOM).
System management is handled by IPMI 2.0 and Dell OpenManage Essentials supported by iDRAC8 Express with Lifecycle controller. An optional vFlash media card offers OS support for bare metal deployments and optional Quick Sync enables local management with a smart phone or tablet outfitted with Dells Quick Sync app.
The 1U form factor of the Dell PowerEdge C4130 allows for quick changes, and is a welcome addition to high-performance computing applications. This is a super-dense high-performance computing platform that is capable of 7.2 Teraflops and a performance to watt ratio of 4.17 gigaflops per watt—or in other words this system is blazing fast for a faster return on data queries and complex simulations.
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