The trials will run in Brazil, Germany, Spain and the UK this year and involve Altiostar, Gigatera Communications, Intel, Supermicro and Xilinx.
This white paper is intended to help an organization deploy an on-premises SUSE CaaS Platform cluster on Supermicro’s BigTwin™, Ultra and SuperStorage systems with the 2nd Generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor to support the latest, Kubernetes compatible workloads.
IDLab (Ghent University and the University of Antwerp) Implements Supermicro's Most Powerful Server, Cuts Down AI Research Experiment Time From Nearly Seven Hours Down To 40 Minutes
Supermicro’s new 10U GPU server using NVIDIA HGX-2 GPU baseboards helps leading Belgian research team improve calculation times by 10X which leads to faster AI development
Fortune 100 company develops one of the world’s most energy efficient data centers using Supermicro Blade Servers
Company targets more than $13M in savings per year in total energy costs across the entire data center
Global IT services provider PhoenixNap partners with Supermicro to deliver IT equipment for evolving business opportunities
Supermicro’s X11 generation Building Block Solutions and SuperServer systems support customer's evolving needs for cloud computing, web hosting, big data and high-performance applications
Extreme high-performance storage array company Vexata uses Supermicro hardware that enables new new levels of performance and efficiency
Supermicro's X11 generation system and Building Block Solutions provide a foundation for company's real-time data analytics for SQL data wharehouse deployment
cdmon, one of Spain's fastest growing cloud service providers (CSP), looks to Supermicro and Intel to build the fastest cloud in Europe
Customized deployment includes Supermicro’s Ultra SuperServer systems with dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors; opens new possibilities in areas such as artificial intelligence (AI), real-time analytics, the Internet of Things (IoT), and big data
Data. It’s everywhere and it’s growing. Accelerated adoption of rapidly developing technologies – including cloud computing, robotic automation, artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, the internet of things (IoT) and 5G – are driving the data explosion. And data centers are at the forefront of this data growth.
Supermicro has launched a new line of servers specifically for hyperscalers.
According to a company statement, the new MegaDC servers have a reduced component count and optimized power distribution and backplane designs.
This article talks about a recent Red Hat Ceph Storage announcement for petabyte-scale object storage and a new COTS servers supporting open standards from Supermicro. We also look at recent claims by Active Cypher on how conventional computers running quantum computer algorithms are endangering current encryption and look at general funding for international quantum computing startups.