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.
The Supermicro Ultra SuperServer SYS-220U-TNR is a special configuration from the company, in that it brings 22 NVMe SSDs to the front of the system. Supermicro had to get crafty in terms of how they could support all of those SSDs on an Intel Ice Lake platform. Check out this detailed look at the server!
Everyone knows Supermicro makes a server for almost every use case imaginable. Their extremely dense 3.5" platforms have been a favorite for any organization wrestling with expanding data footprints. The 36-bay storage server though, has for years hit the sweet spot in terms of capacity and price.
In this review, we take a look at Supermicro’s latest mainstream storage server that features 36 3.5″ hard drive bays and Intel’s latest 3rd Gen Scalable CPU.
Watch the review of the 620P Mainstream server from Supermicro that features dual all-new third generation Intel Xeon scalable processors. This server is equipped with the X12DPi-NT6 motherboard and 512GB of RAM. Two 6330 CPUs offer 56 cores and 112 threads offer at your disposal.
Today we are finishing our latest series by taking a look at the Supermicro SYS-210GP-DNR, a 2U, 2-node 6 GPU system that Patrick recently got some hands-on time with at Supermicro headquarters.
Today we are looking at the Supermicro SYS-220BT-HNTR, also known as one of the company’s “BigTwin” models, that Patrick recently got some hands-on time with at Supermicro headquarters.
Supermicro Rack Plug and Play Cloud Infrastructure is a complete solution designed for organizations that want to quickly deploy OpenShift. The solution offers a preconfigured, pre-validated rack-level total configuration that includes servers, storage, networking, software, management, racking, cabling and power.