Clusterbit developed the World’s smallest datacenter
64 cores of high performance computing at your desk
Laval, CA – We now have the freedom to test a wide variety of solutions without the need to run loud, hot, expensive high end hardware or outdated power hungry servers. The project began in March 2014 with both co-geeks Raffi Manoian and Zohrab Tavitian who founded Clusterbit. They decided to cram 8 credit card size servers into a little box and develop an open source platform where home enthusiasts, IT professionals, Linux technicians as well as high end-users can explore new possibilities.
The World’s smallest datacenter “Rockhopper” will be an energy efficient, silent, scalable and high performance platform available to be used anywhere at home, office or an IT environment. Clusterbit’s little box includes 8 really powerful nodes with a total of 64 cores @ 2.0 GHz connected to a high speed backplane along with a slick modern enclosure.
To read more: http://www.clusterbit.com/press-release