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Supermicro Introduces Rack Scale Plug and Play Solutions Delivering Pre-Defined and Pre-Tested @ Scale Data Center Configurations for Cloud, AI, and 5G/Edge

Rack Scale Plug and Play Solutions Bring The Performance, Efficiency, Quality, and Cost Advantages of Commercial Off the Shelf Solutions to Data Center Design and Operation; With 1000s of Racks Already Deployed, These Turn-Key Rack Solutions Deliver Cloud Like Simplicity With The Performance, Security, and Cost Advantages of an On-Prem Infrastructure
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Supermicro Solution for High-Performance Visual Cloud Delivery Network

X12 Single-Socket All-Flash NVMe Storage 1U System SSG-110P-NTR10 Certified as an Intel® Select Solution for Visual Cloud Delivery Network (VCDN)

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SuperCloud Composer Architectural Framework

Supermicro’s SuperCloud Composer brings speed, agility, and simplicity to an IT infrastructure by integrating data center tasks into a single intelligent management solution.

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The Future of Computing with Supermicro X12 Servers

New Supermicro Servers Designed to Meet Modern Workload Demands Utilizing the 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors

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Liquid Cooling Solutions from Supermicro

Reduce Costs, Save Energy, and Improve Performance

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Product Reviews

Supermicro 1124US-TNRP Server Review

By Adam Armstrong -

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.

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Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR 1U 1P Intel Xeon Server Review

By Patrick Kennedy -

The Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR is a single-socket Intel Xeon “Ice Lake” generation server. In this generation, Intel’s newest processors offer a lot more for single-socket systems and Supermicro is taking advantage of the advancement.

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Supermicro AS-1024US-TRT Review 1U Ultra AMD EPYC 7003 Server

By Patrick Kennedy -

The Supermicro AS-1024US-TRT is profound in that it is designed for a very competitive market. This dual-socket server is designed in Supermicro’s “Ultra” design language. Practically, that means that the layout and many of the features and design choices largely mirror those found on the company’s Ice Lake Xeon X12 servers.

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Supermicro 1024US-TRT Server Review

By Lyle Smith -

The Supermicro 1024US-TRT is a 1U server from the company’s A+ Ultra family. The server is ideal for organizations who need a performance-driven solution that can excel in dense compute use cases.

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Supermicro Solution for High-Performance Visual Cloud Delivery Network

X12 Single-Socket All-Flash NVMe Storage 1U System SSG-110P-NTR10 Certified as an Intel® Select Solution for Visual Cloud Delivery Network (VCDN)

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SOLUTION BRIEF

Designing an Efficient Distributed Storage System with Intel DAOS and Supermicro Hardware

Supermicro has teamed with Intel® to build and entirely open source software ecosystem for data-centric computing, fully optimized for Intel® architecture and non-volatile memory (NVM) technologies, including Intel® Optane™ DC persistent memory and Intel® Optane™ DC SSDs. The Distributed Asynchronous Object Storage (DAOS) is the foundation of the Intel Exascale storage stack.

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SUCCESS STORY

SZTAKI, the Institute for Computer Science and Control, Enhances Research Abilities with High-Performance Supermicro GPU Systems

Supermicro AMD-Based Systems Give Researches New System for Enhanced Algorithms

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How Supermicro builds the future with HPC and AI

Hear a fireside chat between Supermicro President, CEO, and Chairman, Charles Liang and Intel VP Nash Palaniswamy on the future of HPC and AI – what data center managers should consider for next-generation systems.