The Power & Performance of a Desktop
in a rack-mounted data Centre platform
Collective consciousness - Peak performance across multiple desktop workstations. Unify your organisation where ever they may be with FLEXX – our data centre platform. Accelerate your workflows both onsite and remotely, manage creative content, team projects and so much more. FLEXX can synchronously support multiple compute nodes, delivering peak application performance for designers, architects, engineers, artist, in fact all professional content creators. Multi-node, data centre ready systems ready for action, capable of establishing virtual workstations in minutes, meaning that your crew can stay productive, where ever they may be. Ensuring your organisation has flexibility and productivity ensured. FLEXX delivers performance and power only previously available from a desktop workstation in a rack-mounted, high-density form factor.
The FLEXX A1G node delivers the power and performance of an APEXX A-Class desk-side workstation in a high-density form factor.
A multi-node, data centre-ready system, FLEXX is capable of simultaneously supporting multiple types of compute nodes
The FLEXX D1 small blade server fits inside the FLEXX data center platform to provide onsite or remote access multi-threaded, dedicated CPU rendering, simulation, and more.
For 3D content creation, CAD, or motion media workflow, FLEXX P2G node offers the power and performance of a desk side workstation in a high density form factor.
Mix and Match Flexx nodes for the ultimate flxibility and performance
Featuring a 12 to 16 core Intel i7/i9, liquid cooling, and pro GPU, the FLEXX S2G fits inside the FLEXX data center platform.
The future is FLEXX
Is accessible from all connected devices, is available in many sizes, nodes are measured in VUs (vertical units). The Flexx chassis can support up to ten 1VU nodes or five 2VU nodes and these are interchangeable. Flexx nodes can be installed or removed without disrupting the workflow of neighbouring nodes. The Flexx chassis uses a backpane which power shares between nodes, unlike common blade server systems which share their backpane with networking.