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BitScope Raspberry Pi Cluster for 3000 Cores in 30U
The clusters start with a Raspberry Pi 3 (or other models) that plug into one of BitScope’s Quattro Pi boards. These boards handle power delivery to the four Raspberry Pi nodes. If you are building a solution yourself, you will likely utilize a single power input on the board. If you are building a larger solution, you will likely use the plate connectors at either end of the Quattro Pi. If you build a Raspberry Pi cluster, cabling can easily become a pain so solving this for 1000 node per rack designs is important.
raspi  cluster 
8 days ago by euler
Solution | BitScope Clusters

The core building block of scalable Raspberry Pi Clusters.

High Density, Low Cost

Each module packs 144 active nodes, six spare nodes and one cluster manager node in a single 6U drawer. Build a 1000 node cluster in 42U for less than $150/node.

Low Power, Low Heat

At less than 5W/node in full operation you need only 6kW to run 1000 nodes including network fabric and air flow. With modest workloads, and when idle, power consumption is typically under 500W per module.
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8 days ago by euler
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