HP and accelerated analytics company OmniSci are collaborating to bring advanced data analytics to the powerful HP Z8 to help scientists analyze massive sets of data at their workstations.
The combination is marketed as a solution to the cost and difficulty in cloud and server-based deployments for data scientists.
According to OmniSci, its platform can process and visualize billions of rows of data in milliseconds, enabling data scientists and geospatial and business analysts to gain new insights from the massive collections of data.
The company’s OmniSciDB SQL database engine and a data visualization interface are preloaded into the Z8, bringing OmniSci’s fast and interactive platform in a personalized hardware solution.
The Z8 is available with up to 56 cores, 3 TB of memory and 48 TB of storage, as well as the NVIDIA QuaDRO RTX 8000 graphics for exceptional rendering speed and clarity.
“We are dedicated to delivering the best user experience in all our solutions, including mobile and desktop workstations for professional creators and power users,” stated Jared Dame, director of AI and data science at Z by HP. “OmniSci offers the advanced performance necessary to satisfy the new era in intensive data analytics, making it an ideal option for our Z8 workstations.”
The Z8 is available with up to 56 cores, 3 TB of high-speed memory and 48 TB storage, in addition to 2X NVIDIA Quadro RTX 8000 graphics for exceptional rendering speed and clarity.
In a statement, OmniSci CEO and co-founder Todd Mostak said the partnership allows data analysts and scientists to take advantage of the platform in a dedicated and secure device suited to their needs.
“Our corporate mission is to make analytics instant, powerful, and effortless for everyone,” Mostak said. “Today’s announcement is yet another important step on that journey.”