GMS Velocity 2U “4×4” server configuration includes four 28-core Intel Scalable Xeon CPUs and four Nvidia A100 GPGPUs
The American company General Micro Systems (GMS), specializing in the production of secure servers, has presented the Velocity 2U “4×4” server for artificial intelligence applications. According to the manufacturer, the server is intended for use “on the battlefield”: as part of command posts, tactical operations centers and protected platforms such as autonomous vehicles, as well as in onboard surveillance, data mining and in other cases when a combination of high performance, small size and air cooling. The server is designed as a 2U rackmount unit.
Its configuration includes four 28-core Intel Scalable Xeon CPUs for a total of 112 cores, and four Nvidia A100 GPGPUs that are included in PCIe Gen 3 x16 slots. The DDR4 ECC RAM is 4TB. The server includes a storage subsystem that can contain up to 22 SSDs with a total capacity of up to 264 TB with NVMe and RAID support. There are 16 ports of 100 GbE for network connection. To connect custom I / O modules, 144 PCIe Gen 3 lanes are available, which are brought out into 8 slots. The server uses hot-plug power supply redundancy. The server is designed to operate at temperatures from 0 ° C to +40 ° C (optionally from -20 ° C to +75 ° C).