Cybertron International, Inc. is one of the leading companies in the computer industry in North America. Established in 1997 in Wichita, KS, Cybertron has grown to become of one of the largest system integrators in the world.
Cybertron currently offers 3 distinct brands but highly synergized lines of products:
1. CLX Gaming: Cybertron PC Gaming Based products. Cybetron was literally one of first handful of companies to offer and commercialize the Product Category since the early days of the industry. The vertical has grown tremendously ever since and Cybertron has been there every step of the way. CLX Gaming inception 2016 was the companies successful attempt to differentiate our Gaming Brand and pivot into the higher end of the market as consumers have shifted more focus and spend into PC Gaming.
2. CybertronPC Business: B2B computing products like servers and workstations has been a solid foundation for the company since inception. We remain to provide 10,000s or businesses, VARs and large channel partners with computing solutions that meets exact demands and budgets of the dynamic business environment.
3. DiYPC: Our latest brand addition, offers computer enthusiasts, do it Yourself computer individuals, as well as small system builders a platform to procure parts at the most competitive prices on the internet, to design their own builds utilizing our state of the art configurator and to elect to either buy as components or pay a modest fee for our integrations services. We understand that many customers our there do not want to buy a turn key PC solution and would rather build their own PC to save cost or simply for the gratification of the experience. DiYPC caters to such a large segment of the market by providing a streamlined, transparent and a la carte experience of building a PC.
Each on of our three lines of products
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Independent software vendors (ISV) are already putting Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors to work. Read use cases from across industries and technology segments.
Product and Performance Information
1Up to 5x claim based on OLTP warehouse workload: 1-Node, 4 x Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4870 on Emerald Ridge with 512 GB total memory on Oracle Linux* 6.4 using Oracle 12c* running 800 warehouses. Benchmark: HammerDB, Score: 2.46322e+006 higher is better vs. 1-Node, 4 x Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 processor on Lightning Ridge SKX with 768 GB total memory on Red Hat Enterprise Linux* 7.3 using Oracle* 22.214.171.124 (including database and grid) with 800 warehouses. Score: 1.2423e+007.
2Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 processor compared to Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2699 v4 NOTE: 113x gain in last 2 years, using optimized frameworks & optimized Intel® MKL Libraries compared to Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2699 v3 with BVLC-Caffe Platform: 2S Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 CPU 2.50GHz (28 cores), HT disabled, turbo disabled, scaling governor set to “performance” via intel_pstate driver, 384GB DDR4-2666 ECC RAM. CentOS* Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core), Linux kernel 3.10.0-514.10.2.el7.x86_64. SSD: Intel® SSD DC S3700 Series (800GB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 25nm, MLC). Performance measured with: Environment variables: KMP_AFFINITY='granularity=fine, compact‘, OMP_NUM_THREADS=56, CPU Freq set with cpupower frequency-set -d 2.5G -u 3.8G -g performance Deep Learning Frameworks: Caffe*:
revision f96b759f71b2281835f690af267158b82b150b5c. Inference measured with “caffe time --forward_only” command, training measured with “caffe time” command. For “ConvNet” topologies, dummy dataset was used. For other topologies, data was stored on local storage and cached in memory before training. Topology specs from
(ConvNet benchmarks; files were updated to use newer Caffe prototxt format but are functionally equivalent). Intel C++ compiler ver. 17.0.2 20170213, Intel MKL small libraries version 2018.0.20170425. Caffe run with “numactl -l“.
Platform: 2S Intel® Xeon® CPU E5-2697 v2 2.70GHz (12 cores), HT enabled, turbo enabled, scaling governor set to “performance” via intel_pstate driver, 256GB DDR3-1600 ECC RAM. CentOS Linux release 7.3.1611 (Core), Linux kernel 3.10.0-514.21.1.el7.x86_64. SSD: Intel® SSD 520 Series 240GB, 2.5in SATA 6Gb/s, 25nm, MLC. Performance measured with: Environment variables: KMP_AFFINITY='granularity=fine, compact,1,0‘, OMP_NUM_THREADS=24, CPU Freq set with cpupower frequency-set -d 2.7G -u 3.5G -g performance Deep Learning Frameworks:
revision b0ef3236528a2c7d2988f249d347d5fdae831236. Inference measured with “caffe time --forward_only” command, training measured with “caffe time” command. For “ConvNet” topologies, dummy dataset was used. For other topologies, data was stored on local storage and cached in memory before training. Topology specs (GoogLeNet, AlexNet, and ResNet-50),
(ConvNet benchmarks; files were updated to use newer Caffe prototxt format but are functionally equivalent). GCC 4.8.5, Intel MKL small libraries version 2017.0.2.20170110.
3Up to 65% lower 4-year TCO estimate example based on equivalent rack performance using VMware ESXi* virtualized consolidation workload comparing 20 installed 2-socket servers with Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690 (formerly “Sandy Bridge-EP”) running VMware ESXi* 6.0 GA using Guest OS RHEL* 6.4 compared at a total cost of $919,362 to 5 new Intel® Xeon® Platinum 8180 (Skylake) running VMware ESXi* 6.0 U3 GA using Guest OS RHEL* 6 64 bit at a total cost of $320,879 including basic acquisition. Server pricing assumptions based on current OEM retail published pricing for 2-socket server with Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2690 v4 and 2 CPUs in 4–socket server using E7-8890 v4 – subject to change based on actual pricing of systems offered.
Intel® Xeon® Platinum processors offer the industry’s best performance for mission-critical and hybrid cloud workloads, real-time analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence, with monumental leaps in I/O, memory, storage, and network technologies.
CPU cores: Up to 28
Socket configurations: 8+
Memory: Up to 12 TB
Intel® Xeon® Gold processors offer high performance, advanced reliability, and hard-ware-enhanced security optimized for demand-ing data center, hybrid-cloud compute, network, and storage workloads
CPU cores: Up to 22
Socket configurations: Up to 4
Memory: Up to 6 TB
Intel® Xeon® Silver processors the hardware-enhanced performace and security required for data center compute, network and storage optimized for midsized and growing IT organizations.
CPU cores: Up to 12
Socket configurations: Up to 2
Memory: Up to 1.5 TB
Intel® Xeon® Bronze processors are perfor-mance optimized for small business and basic storage servers.
CPU cores: Up to 8
Socket configurations: Up to 2
Memory: Up to 1.5 TB