As part of the European launch of AMD EPYC 7002 series in Rome, the company is launching an even faster chip than we reviewed a month an a half ago in our AMD EPYC 7002 Series Rome Delivers a Knockout piece. Also, we spotted that Supermicro will have its Ultra and GPU compute servers using the new Rome chips.
Raw power? More like core power: How and why you need to accelerate AI, at the edge and in the backend
Sponsored Enterprise adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) increased 270 per cent in the past four years according to research firm Gartner’s 2019 CIO Survey. And many organisations are now just starting to understand and implement the technology in a variety of applications to supplement parallel process automation and digital transformation initiatives.
Server and storage maker Supermicro announced preliminary financial results for its fiscal fourth quarter. The San Jose, Calif.-based company expects sales in the range of $825 million to $835 million, up from its previous guidance range of $770 million to $830 million, with diluted earnings per share between $0.57 to $0.61.
Edge platforms support GPU accelerator cards, FPGA programmable acceleration cards for local compute and AI inferencing
Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI) reaffirms that its latest intelligent edge platforms are ideal for network security, Virtualized Network Functions (VNFs), and Multi-Access Edge Computing (MEC) for 5G and Internet of Things (IoT).
Using PCIe SSDs to the limit: StarWind teamed up with Mellanox, Intel, and Supermicro to build the fastest hyperconverged cluster ever
StarWind, Intel, Mellanox, and Supermicro present the industry’s fastest hyperconverged cluster built to demonstrate outstanding hardware utilization efficiency.
EDSFF is the first industry-standard all-flash NVMe spec optimized for storage; it propels NVMe to the next level with higher density, improved manageability, and thermal efficiency. It builds on NVMe capabilities delivering 6 times more throughput and 7 times latency reduction over traditional flash storage. It works with both long (E1.L) and short (E1.S) drives and many drive manufacturers support EDSFF, giving customers broader storage options with up to one or a half petabyte density in 1U.
The San Jose, Calif., vendor this week rolled out a new model of its flagship BigTwin SuperServer optimized for Enterprise and Data Center SSD Form Factor (EDSFF) NVMe flash storage. The Super Micro storage server supports 10 EDSFF 1U Short (E1.S) SSDs and two M.2 boot drives.
Super Micro Computer, a supplier of computing, storage, networking solutions, and green computing technology, has launched the industry’s first family of server and storage systems that support EDSFF (Enterprise and Datacenter Storage Form Factor) NVMe drives.