RiVA is a high-performance computing platform that has embedded storage with a shared parallel filesystem. Workstation performance will improve dramatically compared to what you currently experience.
High-Performance Ethernet Network
Virtualized Server Estate
High-Performance Parallel Storage Engine
Infiniband Network for Data Transport
Applications Installed and Configured
RiVA platforms include Remote Visualization Systems (RVS) that host the geotechnical workstations. The RVS are separated into two series in order to address the wide variety of requirements presented to us by our customers. Each RiVA platform can be customized by installing RVS in any combination.
Provides extreme performance to address exceptionally demanding workloads. Using dedicated hardware, these large memory workstations (512GB to 1.5TB) employ the most powerful Intel and nVidia processors available.
Optimized for high performance, each RVS can host between 2 and 16 virtual workstations, with memory ranging from 64GB to 512GB.
For Linux workstations, RiVA delivers data at a rate of 5.5GBs
For Windows workstations, RiVA delivers data at a rate of 2.5GBs
What you need to be thinking about is obtaining a license key for the applications you want to test with, and obtaining a dataset.
If your application runs on a x86 system, then we can run it on RiVA. We support Linux and Windows equally. Our platforms work with every G&G application, and that's by design. Furthermore, every platform comes with all your applications pre-installed, tested, and ready to go.
Select the services and expertise that you need to customize your service line:
- Data Management
- Data Loading
- Application Support
- Operations Acceptance Testing
- Application Updates
- Database Administration
- System Administration
- Create, Secure & Maintain OS Builds
- Network Administration
- Hardware Support
- Data Center Facilities
Let GeoComputing Manage Everything as a Service:
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