Creating the Impossible Server
Impossible Servers: A New Era in High Performance Computing
“Impossible servers” refers to the concept of utilizing the flexibility of cloud-like, software-defined hardware to tackle tasks that were previously considered impossible or infeasible on traditional on-prem servers.
With the ability to scale resources on-demand and access high-end GPUs, the idea of “impossible servers” is rapidly becoming a reality in the world of dynamic computing.
GigaIO’s highly disruptive FabreXTM technology transforms static infrastructure into software-defined hardware by creating pools of compute, storage, and accelerators that can be reconfigured on the fly as needed. This cloud-like agility enables scientists to build completely customized and otherwise impossible servers for their AI and HPC workflows, composing racks of servers into a single unit of compute without proprietary architecture lock-in.
One example of an “impossible server” is GigaIO SuperNODE. This is the world’s first and largest deployment of 32 GPUs to a single node, made possible through the magic of FabreX, our memory fabric.