Refreshing a data center with the newest technologies is a complex task. Several considerations must be closely looked at for a smooth and successful implementation of new hardware that ensures workloads continue to perform and that the correct technology is selected. Read this eGuide to learn more about how data center operators should take the necessary steps that result in a smoother transition when refreshing the systems in a data center.
Supermicro, in collaboration with 3M, Intel, Kaori, and Samsung, demonstrate having servers immersed in dielectric liquid boosts EDA performance, more than just cooling efficiency.
Optimized Ceph cluster block storage performance with Supermicro BigTwin® 2U 2-Node servers and Upstream Ceph Storage with 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors on openSuse 15.2 to provide the highest performance architecture.
Supermicro X12 1U/2U Ultra Servers Verified as Intel® Select Solutions for Visual Cloud Delivery Network (VCDN)
Supermicro A+ BigTwin 2U 4-node systems with dual 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processors are an ideal solution for most demanding data center and HPC applications. The flagship BigTwin reduces the complexity of compute clusters by doubling the density over the traditional single-node system. This whitepaper demonstrates the performance and node scalability results of popular HPC applications such as OpenFOAM and Weather Research and Forecasting (WRF) Model, running on Supermicro's latest A+ BigTwin server with 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ 7713 processors.