TYAN 2 s Computex Special : TYAN Most Powerful Personal Supercomputer

Tyan has announced new Typhoon™ Personal Supercomputer (PSC) embedded with Intel® processor 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 highest configuration comes with 8 Woodcrest LV processors!

TYAN Computex Special : TYAN Most Powerful Personal Supercomputer

 Computex Special : TYAN Most Powerful Personal Supercomputer

Tyan has announced new Typhoon™ Personal Supercomputer (PSC) embedded with
Intel® processor during Computex Taipei 2006 on June, 7. 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 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.

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.

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