Twin Product Family – Leading Multi-node Architectures
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 SuperMinute: BigTwin
Supermicro X11 BigTwin now supports Intel’s 2nd Generation Xeon Scalable Processors as well as Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory, adding more capability to the industry’s most flexible 2U multi-node platform.
Supermicro Storage Summit: Enabling Technologies for HCI
Hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) allows for the deployment of flexible virtual cloud solutions for enterprises of any size. This session will include presentations of Supermicro's optimized servers and Intel® Optane™ SSD technology that power advanced HCI implementations. Intel and Supermicro will also discuss how HCI software architectures and rack-level solutions leverage the capabilities of their hardware.
5G Core Terabit Traffic Demo
This video segment dives into how Supermicro’s 5G Core Reference Architecture topped the charts for Enhanced Mobile Broadband (eMBB) User Plane Throughput per 1RU. In partnership with Intel, Supermicro was able to optimize CPU utilization and set record breaking 5G performance, while improving efficiency and predictability with lower latency and jitter.
Solution: Red Hat® OpenShift®
The Supermicro and Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform solution offers integrated hardware, software and support packages built with Kubernetes which provide agile deployment and management of containers in an on-premises, private, and hybrid cloud environment.
Solution: Red Hat® OpenStack®
Supermicro and Red Hat OpenStack Platform solutions combine the power of Red Hat OpenStack Platform technology and industry leading compute, storage, and networking systems manufactured by Supermicro to deliver a foundation for building private, hybrid, or public IaaS cloud environments. It offers a highly scalable, fault-tolerant, production-ready, turnkey platform for running cloud-enabled workloads.