Boston IT Solutions has showcased a new range of solutions at this year’s popular film and broadcast event in Mumbai, Broadcast India,
Recognising the industry’s requirement for ultra-dense yet scalable and performant storage,Boston’s Datascaler leverages the Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre platform to create a storage solution which can grow to meet performance and capacity requirements. The solution features Supermicro’s brand new 90-bay 4U storage enclosure which results in over 7PB of raw space in a single 4U rackmount unit.
The Boston Quattro 1280-6 is designed to meet the broadcasting industry’s intensive data processing needs and packs in eight high performance Intel Xeon E5-2698 v3 CPUs in a 2U form factor across 4 hot-plugged server nodes. This enables system architects to populate an incredible 2,688 cores into an industry standard 42U rack whilst simultaneously achieving industry-leading efficiency and low-TCO figures.
Boston IT Solutions are also launching the newest member in their critically acclaimed range of high performance, GPU-powered Venom workstations, the Venom 2500-0T. This high performance over-clocked workstation utilises the latest M4000 graphics accelerator from NVIDIA, based on the new Maxwell architecture, making it suitable for the most demanding of high-end 3D graphics tasks.
System administrators of professional 3D graphics workstations will realise the benefits of Boston’s latest Venom GRID solution at booth A103. Supporting Citrix, VMWare and Microsoft, the NVIDIA GRID technology at the heart of this solution allows administrators to virtualise GPU functions, alongside traditional system features, and offer a 3D accelerated VDI infrastructure to remote users for the very first time without any compromise on performance or quality.
Mr. Manoj Nayee, Managing Director of the Boston group, says, “We are excited to reveal some ground breaking technologies at this year’s Broadcast event. The broadcast, film and multimedia industry is continually developing and we feel that our solutions can truly influence the growth and capabilities of media companies.”