Multi-GPU BOXX Workstation New on Scene
Available with up to four NVIDIA RTX GPUs, APEXX Matterhorn accelerates GPU-centric workflows and supports NVIDIA Omniverse.
August 13, 2021
BOXX Technologies announces the new APEXX Matterhorn workstation is available with up to four NVIDIA RTX GPUs and will be an NVIDIA-Certified system ready to support various workloads, including NVIDIA Omniverse. The APEXX Matterhorn is purpose-built for rendering, simulation and other GPU-accelerated compute applications.
“NVIDIA Omniverse enables designers and artists to work together in real time with leading software applications, but in order to take advantage of this technology, you need the proper hardware,” says Bill Leasure, BOXX VP of Marketing. “With support for four NVIDIA RTX GPUs, the NVIDIA-Certified APEXX Matterhorn will deliver state-of-the-art performance essential for a wide range of workflows.”
“Powerful workstations are needed more than ever,” says Bob Pette, VP of Professional Visualization at NVIDIA. “BOXX Technologies’ APEXX Matterhorn delivers the best performance for a variety of workflows.”
In addition to the latest NVIDIA technology, APEXX Matterhorn features a single-socket Intel Xeon W-3300 series processor offering up to 38 cores and capable of reaching up to 4.0GHz with Intel Turbo Boost Max Technology 2.0. The CPUs are also equipped with 64 processor PCIe lanes for more I/O throughput for networking, graphics and storage. These PCIe lanes support up to four NVIDIA RTX A6000 GPUs, making the workstation capable of for GPU-intensive NVIDIA Omniverse workloads across media & entertainment, architecture, engineering & construction (AEC), AI, oil & gas, life sciences, and other industries. Expandable and customizable, APEXX Matterhorn is available with a rackmount kit and features liquid-cooling, a 1600-watt power supply and up to 4TB of system memory.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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