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Fit up to 20 Compute Blades Into a 19-inch 1U Rack
This compact and efficient setup is ideal for businesses looking to optimize their server room space without compromising on performance. Whether you're running a data center, managing an enterprise IT infrastructure, or setting up a powerful home lab, our Compute Blades offer a high-density solution. No special cooling is required and power is supplied via Ethernet (PoE).
We Deliver Personalized and Targeted Experiences Out of the Box
Simplifying and automating the development and management of on-premise cluster environments is at the heart of what we do. Our solutions are designed to streamline complex processes, turning what was once a daunting task into a manageable and efficient experience.
Build a powerful, enterprise-level home lab environment that you can use to build, play with, and learn about technologies.
Provide dedicated resources and isolate customer machines on a physical layer, to protect against modern CPU/hypervisor exploits.
Reduce latency and extend compute power to make your processes leaner, more efficient, and more cost-effective.
Perform performance tests on dedicated hardware for results that are far more stable than running tests on virtual machines.
+ Modules & Accessories
Rack-mountable, PoE-powered carrier board for Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 and compatible devices with all the necessary interfaces.
Bridging the Gap to Advanced Technology with Simplified Cluster Computing
LLMs in a Box / Local Secure Private Offline Scalable
Reshaping perspectives without concerns about costs, complexity, or compliance
Streamlining compute blade experience with intuitive workflow management
Uptime Lab Blog
Hackathon Every Day
KVM rack stand for Mac minis, KVMac16
The content explains the process of creating a stand for 16 Apple Mac minis to control them remotely, even in case of a system breakdown. The project progressed through three versions, each improving in simplicity, reliability, and usability
I hacked the Magic Mouse
Thank you all so much! The original post got such a great response it would be rude not to tell you more about the project.…
Mac mini with Power over Ethernet
In Place of a Foreword Below I’ll talk about the project, I think you can replicate it, but I don’t think you’ll want to. Keep…
Raspberry Pi CM4 overclocking experiments
Often there is a whole research behind small tweets. Mine was not aimed more at OC, but at the limits of my Compute Blade Let’s…