Twenty-Four Node Tegra K1 Cluster presented at GTC Europe in Amsterdam
Oct. 27, 2016, 12:34 p.m.
M2DC partners, Christmann and Bielefeld University, in collaboration with Toradex and Brytlyt, presented a twenty-four node Tegra K1 cluster at GTC Europe in Amsterdam. The hardware prototype was used to run a distributed database application developed by Brytlyt. The cluster was realized using RECS|Box hardware, which is the foundation for the M2DC server development. Brytlyt welcomes the high scalability, density and energy efficiency of the M2DC server architecture.
Please find the complete press release here: http://www.brytlyt.com/blog/press-release-world-first-unveiled-at-gtc-conference-in-amsterdam