Supermicro is a global leader in designing and manufacturing IT infrastructure for mission-critical applications worldwide. Supermicro’s experience, innovation, and engineering excellence help our customers efficiently manage systems to reduce power consumption, deliver maximum system availability, maximize performance and minimize the total cost of ownership. Supermicro strives to provide the most reliable products at competitive prices and is the first choice of companies that build large data centers worldwide.
First, their 5G Core Fabric Switch was announced, which was promised to be the first of its kind – a 5G capable switch that’s affordable and easy to manage. Targeted at the mid-market segment, the Supermicro 5G Core Fabric Switch will deliver bandwidth-intensive technologies such as virtualized applications and high-speed data transfer. It also incorporates advanced networking, security, and storage technologies, enabling customers to provide differentiated IP service.
It will also support VMware vSphere, Citrix XenServer, and Microsoft Hyper-V, making it an excellent choice for companies that need to deploy a multi-vendor ecosystem. It is also the first Supermicro 5G Core Fabric switch that can be specified with Intel® OmniPath™ technology, providing customers with a wide variety of high-performance data center connections. The Supermicro 5G Core Fabric Switch incorporates 802.11ac Wave 2 AC, providing up to 50% more data throughput than the previous generation.
The 5G RAN the new buzzword in the telecom market. The introduction of 5G brings with it the promise of gigabit speed and ultra-low latency. While the new technology provides some significant advantages, it also poses new challenges. 5G will take several years to reach its maturity and critical mass. To meet and exceed customer demands, Supermicro has launched the SuperServers® family with integrated 5G RAN and Wave 2 AC capable SerDes connectivity options.
Also, four-node server solutions will be available with M.2 NVMe support to provide exceptional performance, scalability, and flexibility.
Supermicro has announced a new series of mini servers supporting Intel® Xeon® Scalable 7th generation processors. These systems are designed to meet the needs of demanding workloads in compute-intensive environments like HPC, analytics, and storage. They provide scalable performance in a small form factor for tighter spaces in data centers and at the edge of enterprise networks. These new solutions are designed to support the latest in HPC, data center, and edge applications, such as artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), big data analytics and deep learning, immersive technologies like virtual reality (VR), augmented reality (AR) and digital signage.
Supermicro offers a broad line of rackmount systems with intelligent features that address the requirements of today’s diverse workloads so businesses can achieve better performance.
HPC server systems enable high-performance computing, high-capacity data storage, and ultra-fast data transfer. They are optimized for today’s hottest workloads in AI and machine learning, virtualization platforms, analytics, and business intelligence. These optimized solutions offer the best possible performance and reliability while reducing noise and power needs.
Supermicro Server Series C Series Supercomputer servers are designed for demanding applications, such as AI, HPC, and high-performance computing (HPC).
The C Series is based on the Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processor family. With up to 18 cores, their 8-Core CPU capacity delivers blazing-fast performance and reliability for various high-performance compute workloads. The hardware platforms also enable users to scale vertically across multiple nodes without compromising performance or flexibility.
In addition, Enterprise 5G Connectivity, Ultra-Fast NVMe Storage, and Smart Graphics options offer optimized server solutions for various workloads.
C3 Series Compute efficiency is the key to driving down the total cost of ownership (TCO) in the data center. C3 utilizes the latest multi-core technology, designed with compute density.