My heavily computational materials and biomedical research has benefited tremendously from Atipa's high performance computing equipment, advice, and support.
- Northeastern University
Located in Lawrence, KS, Atipa Technologies is the High Performance Computing division of Microtech Computers and has been building Linux-based HPC clusters for well over a decade. From the very beginning, we have strived to provide the highest quality products and support to our valued customers.
Atipa Clusters are carefully built and configured at our ISO-9001:2000 Certified Manufacturing Headquarters, Microtech Computers. With over 20 years under the same ownership, the Microtech facility in Lawrence, KS has more than 40,000 square feet. Atipa Technologies is the high-performance division of Microtech Computers Inc, based the heartland of America.
Since 2001, Atipa has been collaborating with leading manufactures such as Intel, AMD, Myricom, Cisco, Mellanox and QLogic to offer Atipa clusters and servers at affordable price while maintaining the high integrity of hardware quality. The performance gained from proven hardware architecture benefits scientific computing for solving data-rich problems. The International Standardization Organization (ISO) is a global network that identifies international product and service standards required by businesses, government and individuals. Atipa operates under ISO standards, both implementing and adopting them company-wide for quality control.
There are no limitations on the type or amount of knowledge one can ever explore. Atipa Technologies continuously interacts with IT executives in the public, government and private sectors to further explore their visions for innovation and transformation of today’s rapidly changing technology environment. These interactions have helped us to better identify some common needs and concerns:
As government agencies, universities, and businesses are subjected to ever increasing inquiry to improve efficiency and be ever more attentive with their use of public funding, it is necessary to adopt alternative and innovative approaches to provide more cost effective services.
Before we present our recommended HPC system configurations, we first assess the clients’ most critical needs in a real-world environment. Then we address the following items:
These questions help us to anticipate the clients’ current and future needs and provide them with an optimal working model of the system within their budget.