TEO|4|CAD is getting relaunched, with NVIDIA® Quadro® K 2000 graphics card and the latest Intel™ Haswell processors. Now at our shop!
New arrival for our TEO line: TEO|4|BIZ XXS Silent. Space-saving, with passive cooling, fanless, and therefore totally silent.
This year we will again be at the International Supercomputing Conference. Visit us at ISC 2013 in Leipzig, booth #200 (Samsung). We present the new RECS® | Box Compute Unit 3.0 with Exynos Dual Application processors.
Leading international IT companies met on April 17th at the Gebläsehalle in Ilsede for the Intel Channel Conference, the only Intel-Partner conference in Northern Germany.
The March issue of the magazine „Innovationsmanager“, published by the FAZ-Institute, has a comprehensive story about our RECS® super computer.
On September 1st 2013, the EU-sponsored FiPS project (Field Programmable Servers) was started. As a part of the European research consortium, Christmann partakes in the development of a new heterogeneous class of super computers, which are working with alternative processor types (like smartphone processors, 3D graphics chips and re-configurable FPGA hardware).
London, UK, 21st May 2013 – The first prototypes of advanced tools designed to help improve the efficiency and sustainability of data centres have been released by the European Commission funded CoolEmAll project. Interested parties are now being invited to help test and refine the tools ahead of release in 2014.
Christmann, German manufacturer known for its efficient IT infrastructure technology, fluid Operations, leading provider of semantic cloud and data management solutions and the Task Force for Cognitronics and Sensor Technology as part of the Cognitive Interaction Technology Cluster of Excellence at the University of Bielefeld joined forces in a research project. The goal is to develop a Cloud Orchestration Appliance (CORA).
The complete article now for download (in German): Click here!.
In the October 2011 issue of iX, five workstations were tested. The TEO®|4|CAD by Christmann impressed the testers with its excellent graphics performance, fast mass memory and low energy consumption.
In two benchmark tests of Open GL and TOM2D the TEO®|4|CAD came out on top, and with Direct 3D it's in the top group as well. The price was convincing as well.