We couldn’t have done it without our incredible team of world class system integration engineers: An Intel-optimized ultra-quiet workstation with all the power you need for applications like CAE and CFD and none of the noise!
If you’ve worked with us before, you already know that we have one of the best technology engineering teams in the world—with perfection that’s apparent in small straightforward projects and incredibly complex projects that most other engineers won’t touch.
In addition to general application integration expertise, we are also a leading expert on Linux-based high-performance technology solutions—with credentials that include membership on elite HPC advisory boards.
We source hardware from the industry’s leading providers including Intel, all with the goal of developing an optimal configuration that is reliable, powerful, scalable and cost-effective. As a top tier Intel Partner with data center certification, we have the resources to expertly integrate Intel Xeon Processors. The newest generation of these processors feature:
- Industry-leading, workload-optimized performance, with built-in AI acceleration
- Hardware-enhanced security to thwart malicious exploits while maintaining workload integrity and performance.
- Platform innovations and hardware-enhanced virtualization across compute, network, and storage all with support for a new class of memory innovation.
An excellent example of all this is our just introduced Quiet Workstation that has the same sound level as a desktop. Our integration team has the experience and expertise to not only build and deploy technology, such as these workstations, but also to design them from the ground up. We offer complete integration solutions that are thoroughly tested and benchmarked before they leave our facility.
Bear in mind that many technology companies can sell the hardware, but very few can integrate it correctly. To learn more about Nor-Tech’s integration expertise visit: https://www.nor-tech.com/integration/. To learn more about Nor-Tech’s Quiet Workstations for Engineers visit: