In high-performance computing (HPC), breaking records in calculating mathematical constants represents a triumph of mathematical endeavor and a testament to the advancements in hardware technology.
SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 15, 2023 — Supermicro, Inc., a Total IT Solution Manufacturer for AI, Cloud, Storage, and 5G/Edge, has announced rack scale air and liquid cooled solutions based on the X13 family of workload-optimized servers now support the new 5th Gen Intel Xeon processors (formerly codenamed Emerald Rapids).
Intel 'Emerald Rapids' 5th-Gen Xeon Platinum 8592+ Review: 64 Cores, Tripled L3 Cache and Faster Memory Deliver Impressive AI Performance
We tested most of the Intel Emerald Rapids and Sapphire Rapids processors with an Intel Software Development Platform based on a Quanta Rack Mount 2S 2U server.
Intel has launched yet another performance-core Xeon line in 2024. This marks the third such platform in 2024 that can stake claim to being Intel’s top-end Xeon platform just in this calendar year.
Supermicro has long offered GPU servers in more shapes and sizes than we have time to discuss in this review. Today, we’re looking at their relatively new 4U air-cooled GPU server that supports two AMD EPYC 9004 Series CPUs, PCIe Gen5, and a choice of eight double-width or 12 single-width add-in GPU cards.
Emerald Rapids is an improvement over Sapphire Rapids which just launched 11 months prior. The fact that Intel is able to move this far in 11 months tells you about the server world competition. This is a CloudDC SuperServer SYS-621C-TN12R which is a perfect chassis for mixing different kinds of storage including PCIe Gen 5 storage. It is a 2U chassis designed to support up to 350W TDP CPUs. This server can be configured with two double width or six single width GPUs. Watch the video from LevelOneTechs for more insightful information.
Supermicro Systems with Increased Performance Designed for a Range of Workloads Using the Latest Intel Xeon Processors
New, Updated Supermicro X13 Servers Are Designed to Meet Modern Workload Demands, Utilizing the 5th and 4th Gen Intel® Xeon® Processors