Demonstrating the performance of the Supermicro AS -4124GS-TNR, a 4U dual-processor 8 GPU server with up to 8TB of memory, and 160 Lanes of PCI-E 4.0, shows the generation over generation performance improvements of the new 3rd Gen AMD EPYC 7003 Series Processors on Deep Learning benchmarks
Performance of Supermicro A+ Servers Utilizing the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processor with Red Hat Ceph Storage
Red Hat® Ceph Storage (Ceph) is a leading SDS solution that enables high performing workloads to run efficiently. Supermicro designed Ceph clusters based on the Supermicro AS -2124US-TNRP storage server with the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ CPUs with all-flash NVMe SSDs and then conducted various tests to design and deliver Ceph users with optimized Ceph configurations.
In this white paper, we discuss the performance results of three industry-leading physics simulation software packages that are solving complex real-world problems, running on Supermicro's latest A+ BigTwin® server with AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 processors.
Supermicro® System Combines AMD EPYC™ Processors and NVIDIA GPUs to Achieve Consistent Deep Learning Performance with Linear Scaling
Learn about the benchmark results for Supermicro AS - 2023US-TR4, an AMD EPYC™ CPU based Supermicro high-end enterprise GPU server platform.
Learn about the benefits of using NVIDIA NGC and NVIDIA TensorRT to get the best inference performance using Supermicro systems powered by NVIDIA GPUs. This white paper also shows how to set up NGC on a Supermicro server and how to use TensorRT for inference.
Open clouds allow for a wide range of both hardware and software choices compared to clouds that are created and maintained by external organizations.
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.