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Amber molecular dynamics
GPU certified systems

FULL TURNKEY SOLUTIONS and THE LATEST NVIDIA GPUs

Molecular Dynamics

Amber, NAMD, Gromacs

GPU Accelerated for Faster Amber Simulation. Amber18 and AmberTools18

AMBER is a key application in molecular dynamics used to simulate biocatalysis and the interaction between drug candidates and protein receptors. An exemplary feature of AMBER is the ability to use NVIDIA GPUs to massively accelerate complex molecular simulations. This massively enhances sampling efficiency, improves research accuracy, enables more advanced science, and speeds up the research process.

AMBER Certified MD System Highlights

As the sole provider of AMBER Certified MD Systems, LinuxVixion, S.L. develops turnkey solutions in collaboration with key AMBER developers to provide value-add systems for GPU accelerated Molecular Dynamics simulations.

  • Designed to meet the requirements for atomistic molecular dynamics simulations.
  • Guaranteed to be optimized to meet or exceed the published performance numbers.
  • Preinstalled AMBER GPU computing solutions, designed in collaboration and genuinely certified by AMBER Developers.
  • Includes example job submission scripts, benchmarks, fully validated test suite and latest software patches for quick implementation.
  • Save time installing, optimizing, benchmarking and validating and instead do more science.
  • Fully customizable to meet your budget.

Amber WorkStations

SILENT 2 RTX 2080Ti

Intel Core I9 9920. NEW !
2 GPU GTX 2080Ti
32 GB DDR4 RAM
1 M2 disk 1TB +2*HD 4Tb
Configured CentOS Linux 7.6

CUBE 4 RTX 2080Ti

Intel Core I9 9920. NEW !
4 GPU GTX 2080Ti
64 GB DDR4 RAM
1 M2 disk 1TB +3*HD 12Tb
Configured CentOS Linux 7.6

XEON 4 RTX 2080Ti

2 Intel Xeon Scalable
4 GPU GTX 2080Ti
384 GB DDR4 RAM
1 SSD NMVe + 8*HD 14Tb
Configured CentOS Linux 7.6

GPU Certified servers and Workstations

All NVidia GeForce systems are fully validated for numerical correctness using custom validation suites.

I personally verify all LinuxVixion machines
Prof. Ross Walker

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