TMGcore’s EB X Platform Gains Traction at AFCEA West Conference
Bo Young and Patty Weber, part of TMGcore’s Government Affairs team, recently attended the AFCEA West Conference, where they engaged with the U.S. Navy and other stakeholders about their cutting-edge systems, including the new EB X high-performance computing platform.
The Problem: Military and defense operations often involve environments where energy efficiency, silent operation, and high-performance computing are of utmost importance. Conventional computing systems have been limited by high energy consumption, disruptive noise, and less-than-optimal performance levels, which can be counterproductive in sensitive tactical environments.
The Solution: TMGcore’s EB X platform, which the team presented at the conference, addresses these issues effectively. Boasting an impressive Power Usage Effectiveness (PUE) of 1.03, the EB X system represents a significant advancement in energy-efficient, high-density computing. What sets this platform apart is not only its energy efficiency but also its silent operation, making it ideally suited for environments where noise reduction is essential.
The Outcome: The AFCEA West Conference allowed the TMGcore team to engage in productive discussions with key stakeholders, such as the U.S. Navy. The EB X platform generated significant interest and traction during the event, signifying its potential value to military and defense operations. By successfully introducing this innovative platform in a setting like AFCEA West, TMGcore continues to make strides in its mission to revolutionize high-performance computing, particularly in critical and sensitive tactical scenarios. The platform’s further deployment and adoption in the field will provide more concrete evidence of its impact and efficiency.