Supermicro has teamed up with Linus Sebastian from Linus Tech Tips to unveil the new portfolio of data center servers and technology innovations, powered by AMD EPYC™ 9004 Series Processors (codename: Genoa). Watch as Linus takes a deep dive into how our new systems are designed to make your data center infrastructure better, faster, and greener.
H13 GPU Optimized Systems
The Supermicro 4U GPU servers are 4U dual processor systems, supporting up to 10 FHFL double-width PCIe GPU cards, including the latest AMD Instinct MI200 Series and NVIDIA H100 GPUs. The 4U GPU-optimized systems provide maximum acceleration, flexibility, and balance for AI, deep learning, and HPC applications.
H13 Multi-Node GrandTwin™ Systems
The Supermicro GrandTwin™ are the newest multi-node architecture solution with Front and Rear I/O, designed for maximum density and purpose-built for single-processor performance per node. The flexible modular design is optimized for a range of applications, with a front I/O option simplifying installation for space-constrained environments.
H13 Hyper Systems
The Supermicro Hyper solutions are enterprise-focused servers built with versatility and performance. Uncompromised performance design with dual processors and 12 channel 24 DIMMs optimized for supporting the highest TDPs and offering a flexible range of computing, networking, storage, and I/O expansion capabilities.
H13 CloudDC Systems
H13 8U Universal GPU System
Propel AI/ML workloads with dual 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors and the latest NVIDIA HGX H100 8-GPU. The 8U Universal GPU System provides unparalleled I/O and thermal capacity. It supports 8 of 700W TDP GPUs with NVLink, GPUDirect Storage and RDMA with 8 of 400G networking to enable 1:1 GPU ratio to keep feeding deep learning models at massive scale.
Drive Data Center Efficiency with SuperBlade, Powered by AMD EPYC™ and Instinct™
Today's Cloud, Enterprise, HPC, and AI/ML workloads require a new level of computing performance. AMD and Supermicro teamed up to offer a breadth of portfolio products to accelerate compute-intensive workloads.
Supermicro 1024US-TRT Server Review: 128 Cores in a 1U Chassis
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.
They Told Me NOT to Do This... - Building a Node of the $1,000,000 OC
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.
Supermicro 1124US-TNRP Server Review
The Supermicro 1124US-TNRP is a 1U server that leverages the new AMD EPYC 7003 processors. The server is part of Supermicro’s A+ Ultra family. If the name and the picture below are causing déjà vu, it is because we already review the near-identical Supermicro 1024US-TRT Server.
Scale Up Your HPC, AI, and ML Workloads with Supermicro SuperBlade
Put up to 1.68 petaFLOPs per rack of supercomputing capacity into your data center with our performance and density-optimized solution with a resource-saving architecture
H12 Twin Systems - High Density Combined with Low Cost through Resource Sharing
Optimized for high density and low cost, our 2U Twin servers host up to four nodes in only two rack units. The A+ BigTwin® nodes support up to two AMD EPYC™ processors, and the A+ TwinPro® nodes host a single AMD EPYC processor.
H12 FatTwin Servers - Optimized Designs for Compute and Storage Density
The newest of Supermicro multi-node systems, the A+ FatTwin™ server family supports up to eight AMD EPYC™ processorpowered servers in only four rack units.
H12 CloudDC – Ultimate Scalability and Flexibility for Cloud Data Centers
Optimized for cloud data centers, our H12 CloudDC servers provide next-generation technology that can help you deliver cost-optimized services in an increasingly competitive economy.
Universidad Nacional de Córdoba Utilizes High-Performance Supermicro A+ Servers to Advance Scientific Research
Supermicro BigTwin® Systems Create the Most Powerful Open Science Computer in Argentina
Queenstown Educational Foundation Chooses Supermicro Server to Keep Students Safe from Cyberattacks
The New Firewall Server Protects Students from Inappropriate and Malicious Websites and Protects the Entire Network against Cyberattacks
A+ BigTwin® Server Performance for OpenFOAM and WRF with 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors
Supermicro A+ BigTwin 2U 4-node systems with dual 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors are an ideal solution for most demanding data center and HPC applications. The flagship BigTwin reduces the complexity of compute clusters by doubling the density over the traditional single-node system. This whitepaper demonstrates the performance and node scalability results of popular HPC applications such as OpenFOAM and Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model, running on Supermicro's latest A+ BigTwin server with 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ 7713 processors.
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.
Deep Learning Benchmarks on Supermicro’s 4U 8 GPU System Based on Dual 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors
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
Supermicro® Servers Excel as a WekaIO Reference Architecture
WekaIO combined with Supermicro's 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ Processors-based servers provides a stunning performance, protection, and data management for Deep Learning, High-Performance Compute, and high-throughput low-latency storage workloads. The Supermicro Rack Integration can fully integrate, pre-tested, tuned, racked, and be operational in less than 30 minutes after receiving.
Supermicro SuperMinute: 2U 2-Node Server
Supermicro's breakthrough multi-node GPU/CPU platform is unlike any existing product in the market. With our advanced Building Block Solutions® design and resource-saving architecture, this system leverages the most advanced CPU and GPU engines along with advanced high-density storage in a space-saving form factor, delivering unrivaled energy-efficiency and flexibility.
Maximizing A+ Bigtwin® Server Performance with AMD EPYC™ 7Fx2 Processors
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 SuperMinute: A+ Platforms
Supermicro's latest range of H12 Generation A+ Systems and Building Block Solutions®, optimized for AMD EPYC™ 7002 series processors, offers new levels of application-optimized performance per watt and per dollar, delivering outstanding core density, superior memory bandwidth, and unparalleled I/O capacity.
Transform Your Business with the Next Generation of Accelerated Computing
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.
Altair Radioss™ Performance on Supermicro BigTwin® and AMD EPYC™
Balanced compute resources, memory bandwidth, and network bandwidth deliver outstanding performance and scalability for crash simulation software
Episode 1: CloudDC
Episode 2: Hyper
Episode 3: GrandTwin
Episode 4: GPU Systems
AMD & Supermicro CEOs – Future of Data Center Computing