Talos I

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Talos I or the Talos Secure Workstation was the original Talos™ system proposed by Raptor Computing Systems. As its crowdfunding effort on the CrowdSupply website was unsuccessful, this system was never created. A prototype mainboard was never made, yet some tests to simulate Talos I operation were run on an IBM S822LC Firestone server.

The Talos I design used a single POWER8 SCM chip and two Centaur memory buffers.
In contrast, Talos I's successor, Talos II, uses up to two POWER9 chips and directly attached memory.

Mainboard

Specifications (proposed)

Mainboard Part # Form Factor Sockets CPU Type Networking Storage Controller
unknown ATX 1 POWER8 SCM 2x GbE SATA

Systems

In addition to being sold as a mainboard, the Talos I proposal also included pre-built systems.

SKU Name
TALP8D050 Talos Desktop Edition
TALP8S050 Talos Storage Server
TALP8W100 Complete Talos Workstation

See also

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