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  • Best performance up to quad Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors
  • Advanced networking up to EDR InfiniBand and 25 Gigabit Ethernet
  • Available in 8U, 7U, 6U and 4U enclosures with hot-swap NVMe support


  • Resource Saving Architecture
    A shared cooling, power and networking infrastructure is key to the high density and server efficiency offered by blade solutions. 6U SuperBlade takes our resource saving initiative even further with Supermicro's innovative Disaggregated Server Design that enables the independent upgrades of the compute modules without replacing the rest of the blade server components for optimal TCO.
  • Data Center Friendly Design and Features
    The SuperBlade family comes in a variety of form-factors and can be easily deployed in almost any data center environment. This is complemented by data center friendly features and designs, including free-air cooling, Battery Backup Power (BBP®), Supermicro RSD with Redfish RESTful APIs, redundant AC or DC power supply options and more.
  • Blade Network Manager
    The Supermicro Blade Network Manager (BNM) is a part of Supermicro’s blade management software suite designed to reduce IT management overheads and manual networking configuration errors within a MicroBlade or SuperBlade enclosure. BNM offers a single-pane of glass to monitor and manage the networking configurations across multiple SuperBlade and MicroBlade enclosures in a data center environment. It provides an overview of the networking topology from each blade server’s perspective and helps to easily manage the Ethernet Blade switches and to diagnostic networking configuration issues.

Optimized for:

  • Enterprise Applications
  • Resource-saving Architecture
  • Data Center
  • HPC
  • Hosting & Content Delivery
Product Features


4U, 6U, 7U and 8U Blade Server Enclosures


Up to 48 DIMM slots, up to 12TB DDR4 memory per node, Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory


Platinum and Titanium Level (96%) Efficiency AC/DC power supplies with optional Battery Backup Power (BBP®) support


Redundant Chassis Management Modules, Blade Network Manager, Open Industry Standard IPMI, Redfish APIs


Quad, dual or single Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors up to 205W TDP, or single AMD EPYC™ processor


Up to 14 NVMe drives per blade server; Options for hot-swap SAS3/SATA3 drive bays


Redundant 25Gb/10Gb/1Gb Ethernet switches Up to 100G EDR InfiniBand or Intel® Omni-Path Architecture networking for HPC applications


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