Custom High Performance Computing (HPC) Clusters
To carry out what you need using the latest technologies
Atipa brings you performance
at a fraction of the cost
Fueling research and discovery with the
latest generation of turn-key Atipa Polaris HPC clusters
High Performance Computing (HPC) has become an integral part of scientific discovery and engineering. Simulation and modeling applications such as computer-aided engineering, computational fluid dynamics, general relativity, quantum chemistry, molecular dynamics, bioinformatics, weather forecasting, and many more, are the driving forces behind understanding our complex environment, curing diseases, and marveling engineering feats. Atipa Polaris HPC clusters deliver the means to carry out this research using the latest technologies, seamlessly integrated by Atipa Technologies, at the most affordable cost.
Atipa Polaris HPC clusters are customized to fit your organization’s needs and budget.
Our high-performance architectures include flexible choices in processors, memory configurations, local and shared storage, GPU accelerators, networks, and fabrics.
Optimized for Performance
Atipa engineers have extensive experience in benchmarking and tuning HPC clusters for the best possible performance.
Our track record includes more than 60 awards on the Top 500 list of the fastest supercomputers in the world.
Atipa Polaris HPC clusters are completely assembled, burned-in, and configured with the customer specified software stack before delivery.
This assures that when you receive the cluster, there will be minimum effort rolling the system into production.
Our in-house developed Phoenix cluster management suite provides easy day-to-day management and monitoring of
Phoenix integrates our homegrown management utilities with open source tools to provide a full clustering experience.
Adopting the latest high-performance computing technologies assures you get out of the gate with the most up-to-date HPC system available.
Our scalable hardware and software architectures enables future growth of computational power and
Atipa Polaris HPC clusters are subjected to a harsh multi-stage burn-in program survived only by quality parts.
This keeps our clusters operational at full capacity well beyond typical 5-year refresh cycles.
Featured Building Blocks
High-density Intel Xeon
High-density AMD EPYC
Head Node and
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