This is a lot more than the 2Gb Internet connection we got! We deployed Supermicro 510P-WTR server for LAN cashing. 510P-TWR absolutely saved our bacon and the CPU usage is not even that high. It is surprising how easily 510P-WTR handled the download speeds with just a couple of NVMe drives.
The Intel Xeon D embedded SoC product line is an amazing platform and has been extremely popular amongst VMware customers for VMware Homelabs and running workloads both in the Datacenter and at the Edge using kits like the Supermicro E200-8D and E300-9D to just name a few.
The push for enhanced compute density continues, and servers like Supermicro's 1024US-TRT, which hails from the company's 'A+ Ultra' family, are designed to answer that call with generous compute capabilities paired with copious connectivity options.
This week at Embedded World 2022, Supermicro introduced an update to a solution that we have taken a look at before. The company announced that it has updated its pole-mounted system dubbed the Supermicro IP65 Outdoor Edge system with the new Intel Xeon parts including Xeon D.
Supermicro has a number of systems targeting this market under the Embedded/IoT category. Their SuperServer E100 product line makes use of motherboards in the 3.5" SBC form-factor.
Below is a Supermicro BigTwin that we have seen for generations. On top though, is a new platform Supermicro is calling the “GrandTwin”. This is a new line of 2U4N servers from Supermicro and not a one-off platform.
620P-TRT Mainstream server could be an all-in-one solution for small and medium businesses. In this video, Jeff is setting it up as a traditional small business server and showing you what you can fit inside of a 2U package. Inside, it has Xeon Gold 6330 3rd Gen Intel Scalable Processors each with 28 cores and 56 threads. Backing up all of this CPU horsepower, this server supports up to 4TB of DDR4 ECC registered memory. You can also support up to 160TB of raw storage using today's higher capacity drives. It is a pretty compelling server that can fit just about anywhere.
Any good server deployment starts with a solid chassis. This is SuperServer 1124US and it is all about density. You are likely to run into performance bottlenecks if there is not enough compute power. That is the beautify of this server that it offers two CPUs to support 12 storage drives and also the overall goal is to be able to ensure quality and compatibility.
The Supermicro Ultra SuperServer SYS-220U-TNR offers 22x hybrid 2.5” hot-swap drive bays, supporting NVMe, SATA, or SAS storage in a 2U rack system. As part of Supermicro’s X12 Ultra motherboards, this system features two third-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors (Ice Lake) making it ideal for software-defined storage, cloud computing, and telecom use cases.