The Supermicro Twin Family represents a revolution in Green Computing designed to support customers' critical applications and also reduce Data Center TCO to help preserve the environment.
Supermicro 2U Ultra-E Short-Depth Server -- Now with NEBS Level 3-Certification -- Delivers Data Center Computational Power to the Telecom Edge
The transformative new wave of technologies are driving global trends for artificial intelligence(AI), high-performance computing (HPC), and cloud computing. Implementing accelerated computing solutions from Supermicro and NVIDIA is crucial to becoming innovative and enabling AI-powered applications everywhere at speed and large scale.
For years, the typical server has been defined by the dual-socket market. At the same time, a number of organizations have noticed that crossing the QPI/ UPI bus between sockets is less than ideal. Processors have crept up not just in capacity, but also in price and power consumption which is making many take a look at single-socket solutions again. AMD EPYC has been pushing this space, so invariably, we are going to have an Intel Xeon response.
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SuperMinute: 4U System with HGX A100 8-GPU
For the most demanding AI workloads, Supermicro builds the highest-performance, fastest-to-market servers based on NVIDIA A100™ Tensor Core GPUs. With the newest version of NVIDIA® NVLink™ and NVIDIA NVSwitch™ technologies, these servers can deliver up to 5 PetaFLOPS of AI performance in a single 4U system.
Supermicro systems combined with Red Hat® Hyperconverged Infrastructure for Virtualization (RHHI-V) offers a simple, low-cost, and proven Hyperconverged Infrastructure (HCI) building blocks to run applications and data storage for edge and branch offices. These systems are designed to easily extend an existing data center with a Red Hat environment into the edge.