Today we are reviewing the latest in a line that we have seen for a few generations now. The Supermicro X13SAN-H is a 3.5″ single-board computer making it roughly the size of a 3.5″ hard drive.
Super Micro Computer Strikes $80 Million Deal to Buy Former Fry’s Electronics Site in San Jose, Plans for Tech Campus Development
Super Micro Computer, a tech company experiencing rising sales, has recently made headlines with its $80 million purchase of the former site of Fry’s Electronics in San Jose.
Supermicro is launching full stack optimised storage solution for AI and ML data pipelines from data collection to high performance data delivery. This new solution maximises AI time-to-value by keeping GPU data pipelines fully saturated.
Generative AI offers real ROI — but also consumes a huge amount of compute and resources. In this VB Spotlight event, leaders from NVIDIA and Supermicro share how to identify critical use cases and the build the AI-ready platform that’s crucial for success.
Faster, Longer Lasting SSD Performance: How Graid Technology is Changing the Game with GPU-Accelerated RAID
For years, IT professionals have struggled with storage bottlenecks that prevent them from utilizing the full potential of high-speed NVMe SSDs. Traditional RAID solutions like hardware RAID cards and software RAID throttle performance significantly. But one company is eliminating those bottlenecks with an innovative solution.
Locally based computer server manufacturer Supermicro plans to expand its footprint in San Jose and is under contract to acquire 550 East Brokaw Rd., a nearly 20-acre site about a mile away from the company’s existing headquarters at 980 Rock Ave., for $80 million, reported the San Francisco Business Tines.
Supermicro has been a pioneer in blade server technology, and its SuperBlade systems serve as a testament to this. The introduction of the Supermicro X13 SuperBlade chassis and blades opens a new chapter for the technology with GPU-enabled blades and the integration of the latest Emerald Rapids CPUs and NVIDIA H100 GPUs.
Demand for the San Jose-based company's products has soared amid the AI boom. Now that growth is manifesting itself in a physical way: the expansion of Supermicro's facilities in the city.