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    Default Computex 2006 - TYAN Shifts Paradigms With Personal SuperComputer (PSC)

    TYAN SHIFTS PARADIGMS WITH PERSONAL SUPERCOMPUTER (PSC)

    Advent of New TYAN Typhoon Supercomputer (PSC) Enables Faster Research, Desk-Side Supercomputing and more



    TAIPEI, TAIWAN, June 7, 2006 – The age of Personal Supercomputer is coming. Tyan Computer Corp. announces new Typhoon™ Personal Supercomputer (PSC) embedded with Intel® processor during Computex Taipei 2006 on June, 7 in Taipei, Taiwan. Symon Chang, the CEO and founder of Tyan and Rick Brown, the Director of Intel Volume Platform Marketing hold special toasting ceremony for Typhoon (PSC)’s coming into market.


    The usage of rack mount systems for cluster configurations has been on the increase in the past few years, showing no slowdown in the demand for platforms targeted for high-performance computing. Traditionally, high-performance computing platforms, including clusters, are situated in computer rooms some distance away from the people that use them. According to marketing research, cluster computing platform shared half of the high performance computing market. 72% of the Top500 high performance computing systems are clusters. Personal supercomputer is an emerging market of cluster computing platform. By estimate, the high performance computer market will grow up to $ 7.2 billion in 2006. Tyan saw a need to increase users’ productivity by bringing some of the platforms right next to them in their office, the first product they are introducing is a Personal Super Computer, named Typhoon.

    Tyan as a leader in providing the building blocks in the High-Performance Computing market, has consistently built reliable and cutting edge platforms that meet the customers’ needs. With Typhoon (PSC), Tyan is again showing the world of its innovation and leadership in computing technology by bringing a Supercomputer to the desk side. This enables users to perform some of their compute intensive work quickly and easily in their office. It fills the gap between their personal PC workstation and the large HPC platforms in the computer rooms.


    The Typhoon (PSC) is built specifically to answer the budding IT market requirement for High-Performance computing platforms, powerful, portable super computer that is quiet, low heat and designed for use in the office without the need for extra power. The Typhoon (PSC) is a power-efficient computing appliance that brings the power and versatility of 32- and 64-bit cluster computing that can deliver powerful multi-processor cluster performance, down to the desk side. Powered by Intel® Xeon® 5100 series processor (code name: Woodcrest) or Pentium® D processors (code name: Conroe) with low-latency Gigabit Ethernet, and up to 64 GB total RAM, the Typhoon (PSC) provides unparalleled performance and flexibility.


    Tyan creates two different new Typhoon (PSC) which embedded with different Intel® processor platform. The Typhoon PSC (B5372) with one S5372 motherboard as the head node and three S5372 motherboards as the compute nodes. The system has the capacity for up to (8) dual core Intel® Xeon® 5100 series processor, and up to 64GB of FBD Registered memory. The (9) low latency Gigabit Ethernet ports provide the essential pathways for communication and management traffic.

    The Typhoon PSC (B5191), uses four S5191 motherboards and supports up to (4) Intel Pentium® D single core processors and maximum of 32GB DDR2-667/533/300 Unbuffered memory. The Eight (8) Gigabit Ethernet ports offer the multiple pathways for communication and management traffic.


    “With the continued consolidation and miniaturization of processing technology, it is now possible to view a convergence in applications and platforms for all environments,” stated Eric Chang, Vice-President of the High-Performance Computing Business Unit (HBU) at TYAN Computer Corporation. “With the introduction of the Typhoon (PSC), TYAN is effectively delivering the advent of a new kind of product that brings supercomputing into the office, enabling scientists, researchers, and developers to process simulation and visualization faster, finish research experiments quicker, and provide them an alternative to higher-priced, expansive server rooms that require huge amounts of resources and extensive infrastructure to support. We do believe that the Typhoon (PSC) will create a new personal supercomputing market.”

    The Typhoon (PSC) for Intel technologies will sample in early Q3’06, and will reach mass production levels in Q4’06.

    A specifications listing can be obtained here.










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    About TYAN

    TYAN Computer Corporation, founded in 1989 by Dr. T. Symon Chang, designs, manufactures and markets advanced x86 and x86-64 server/workstation board technology platforms and server solution products. Its products are sold to OEMs, VARs, System Integrators, and Resellers worldwide for a wide range of applications. TYAN enables its customers to be technology leaders by providing scalable, highly-integrated, reliable products for a wide range of applications such as server appliances and solutions for high-performance computing, and server/workstation usage in markets such as CAD, DCC, E&P, Bio-sciences and HPC. Since its inception, TYAN has consistently been one of the fastest growing technology companies in the United States. TYAN was named to the prestigious INC 500 in 1997 and 1998 (the 19th fastest growing U.S. company in 1997). TYAN was also ranked by Deloitte & Touché as one of the USA's "Fast 500", as well as one of Silicon Valley's "Fast 50" companies in 1998. For more information, visit the company's web site at http://www.TYAN.com
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