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Supermicro SuperMinute: E1.L

Supermicro introduces its all new EDSFF long server, the Petascale E1.L server. With its thermally efficient design, it is the industry’s first EDSFF server with QLC NVMe SSDs.

Supermicro’s Petascale E1.L features support for the latest Intel Xeon Scalable Processors with 32 E1.L NVMe SSDs, 100G Ethernet/Infiniband/Omni-Path networking, and QAT compression/encryption, all in a 1U system.

Supermicro SuperMinute: E1.S

Supermicro introduces the latest member to the SuperStorage portfolio: The 1U/ 32 EDSFF -short Storage server. A 100%, all NVMe flash storage server, optimized to efficiently serve high-capacity Petabyte scale workloads with the low latency performance only available with Flash media. Starting from the motherboard’s well balanced NUMA architecture and its thermally efficient short chassis depth, this feature rich server takes every advantage offered by EDSFF media, providing the best performance per watt capabilities for an all flash platform.

Supermicro SuperMinute: 1U 12 Drive Ultra

Supermicro has expanded its NVMe product offerings by introducing a 1U Ultra SuperServer with 12 NVMe/SAS/SATA hybrid drive bays with support for  Intel’s 2nd Generation Xeon Scalable Processors.

This 1U Ultra SuperServer provides the high performance and high density storage flexibility ideal for hyper-converged and software defined storage applications.

Ultra™ is optimized for Enterprise-class total solutions for virtualization, database, or mission critical applications that require high performance and flexibility.
 

Technology & Our Planet

Supermicro continues to lead the market in Green IT innovation. Our Resource-Saving Architecture is designed to reduce the impact of technology on our planet, with modular designs that reduce both TCO and TCE (Total Cost to the Environment).

VMworld 2019 News Bits

Our News Bits is a roundup that typically covers news pieces that are just small in content, not in impact. This gives content room to breathe even if it comes in less than what we normally cover. This week VMworld 2019 took place in San Francisco, California.

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Raw power? More like core power: How and why you need to accelerate AI, at the edge and in the backend

Sponsored Enterprise adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) increased 270 per cent in the past four years according to research firm Gartner’s 2019 CIO Survey. And many organisations are now just starting to understand and implement the technology in a variety of applications to supplement parallel process automation and digital transformation initiatives.

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Supermicro raises Q4 revenue guidance

Server and storage maker Supermicro announced preliminary financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter. The San Jose, Calif.-based company expects sales in the range of $825 million to $835 million, up from its previous guidance range of $770 million to $830 million, with diluted earnings per share between $0.57 to $0.61.

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