A Solid Foundation for the Future of Computing

High-performance computing (HPC) has become the go-to platform to combat complex IT challenges in science, engineering, and business. Its expanded use has been made possible by the latest generation server systems, which present a cost-efficient alternative to traditional supercomputers. Workload-optimized, and available on demand, these systems provide organizations with easy access to HPC to handle tasks such as visualization and modeling simulation, genomics analytics.

Recommended servers

Light Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (52 x 2.10 GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Gold 6230R Processors

512GB DDR4 RAM
2x2TB NVMe
10Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$891/mo

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Medium Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (56 x 2.70 GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Gold 6258R Processors

512GB DDR4 RAM
2x2TB NVMe + 2x 1.9TB SSD
10Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$1,060/mo

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Heavy Workloads

2x Intel Xeon Gold 6258R (56 x 2.70 GHz)
Comparable to Xeon Gold 6258R Processors

768GB DDR4 RAM
2x2TB NVMe + 2x 1.9TB SSD
10Gbps network (private + public)
15TB bandwidth
20Gbps DDoS

Starting at:
$1,260/mo

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* 10GB private + public network options available!

Feature Highlights

A solid HPC infrastructure is essential for companies that face compute-intensive workloads such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and Deep Learning (DL). This next gen hardware technology provides ample processing power, storage, and memory to handle HPC and AI converged clusters. phoenixNAP’s recommended HPC servers are built in collaboration with industry leaders like Intel and Supermicro, providing you with an HPC-ready platform.

2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

The latest generation of Intel Xeon Scalable processors were built in response to the growing demand for processing power. Its advanced capabilities allow for improved real-world application performance and analytical capabilities, providing a solid HPC foundation. The high performance of Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512), including dual fused multiply-adders (FMAs), supports the most demanding traditional HPC workloads.

Vertical CPU Scaling

Leveraging Intel Speed Select technology (Intel® SST), our dedicated servers allow for a unique capability to scale Intel Xeon CPUs with a single reboot. phoenixNAP is the world’s first IT provider to give you the option to scale between seven different configurations, without hardware or software updates.

High IOPS Storage Options

With phoenixNAP’s flash storage options (NVMe and SSD), you can build a powerful system that delivers your performance expectations. Since they ensure fast reads and writes, as well as cutting-edge performance, NVMe low latency/high throughput storage is widely used in HPC architectures.

High Capacity RAM and Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory Options

The 786GB DDR4 RAM option lets you maximize processing efficiency, while Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory delivers reduced restart times and wait times for fetching robust system storage data sets.

Network and Security

phoenixNAP’s globally distributed network is fast, reliable, and DDoS-protected. With 15 global data centers and PoPs, extensive carrier connectivity options, advanced network protection systems, and 10G private + public network options, phoenixNAP assures seamless and secure data transfer.

2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable Processors

The latest generation of Intel Xeon Scalable processors were built in response to the growing demand for processing power. Its advanced capabilities allow for improved real-world application performance and analytical capabilities, providing a solid HPC foundation. The high performance of Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 512 (Intel® AVX-512), including dual fused multiply-adders (FMAs), supports the most demanding traditional HPC workloads.

Vertical CPU Scaling

Leveraging Intel Speed Select technology (Intel® SST), our dedicated servers allow for a unique capability to scale Intel Xeon CPUs with a single reboot. phoenixNAP is the world’s first IT provider to give you the option to scale between seven different configurations, without hardware or software updates.

High IOPS Storage Options

With phoenixNAP’s flash storage options (NVMe and SSD), you can build a powerful system that delivers your performance expectations. Since they ensure fast reads and writes, as well as cutting-edge performance, NVMe low latency/high throughput storage is widely used in HPC architectures.

High Capacity RAM and Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory Options

The 786GB DDR4 RAM option lets you maximize processing efficiency, while Intel® Optane™ DC Persistent Memory delivers reduced restart times and wait times for fetching robust system storage data sets.

Network and Security

phoenixNAP’s globally distributed network is fast, reliable, and DDoS-protected. With 15 global data centers and PoPs, extensive carrier connectivity options, advanced network protection systems, and 10G private + public network options, phoenixNAP assures seamless and secure data transfer.

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How do we define HPC?

High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the usage of advanced storage, network, and compute resources to perform complex data calculations. Traditionally, such calculations have been done out of a supercomputer, a massive hardware infrastructure that was accessible only to enterprises and large organizations. With the rise of AI, DL/ML, and IoT, the demand for HPC started growing among smaller organizations as well and data center technologies have evolved to meet that demand.
The modern HPC architecture can be deployed not only on-premises, but also in the cloud. The clusters of computers providing advanced capabilities can now be rented from a data center provider on an on-demand model, which reduces its costs. By delivering high performance components on a pay-per-use model, IaaS providers made HPC more widely available.

Why Choose phoenixNAP HPC Servers?

The growing demand for computational power has set high standards for the data center industry. phoenixNAP’s HPC-ready solutions provide you with flexibility in configuration, while delivering performance and cost-efficiency. Choose one of the recommended solutions, or customize your own platform, to achieve business success.

High Density

Minimum data center space required for building powerful systems

Scalability

Upgrade storage, RAM, or bandwidth on-the-go with phoenixNAP flexible pricing

DDoS Protection

Secure your network with 20 Gbps of DDoS protection provided free

“We have grown several folds from having our first server with them, to operating a fleet of servers. And recently, we decided to add some colocation in the PhoenixNAP data center as well. This makes expanding quite easy and allows us to focus on our core business.”

– Roel Gerona, CEO, QuickWeb Hosting Solutions

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“We have grown several folds from having our first server with them, to operating a fleet of servers. And recently, we decided to add some colocation in the PhoenixNAP data center as well. This makes expanding quite easy and allows us to focus on our core business.“

– Roel Gerona, CEO, QuickWeb Hosting Solutions

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