SUPER MICRO COMPUTER, INC. – Industry leading Resource-Saving systems

Supermicro’s unique Resource-Saving architecture disaggregates the CPU and memory along with other subsystems, so each resource can be refreshed independently, allowing data centers to reduce refresh cycle costs and their impact to the environment by reducing e-waste.

Supermicro’s unique Resource-Saving architecture disaggregates the CPU and memory along with other subsystems, so each resource can be refreshed independently, allowing data centers to reduce refresh cycle costs and their impact to the environment by reducing e-waste. Further savings are achieved through shared power and cooling as well as free-air cooling solutions. When viewed over a three to five-year refresh cycle, Supermicro Resource-Saving servers deliver, on average, higher-performing and more efficient servers at lower costs than traditional rip-and-replace models by allowing data centers to independently optimize adoption of new and improved technologies.
ResourceSaving-1The following Supermicro product lines support Resource-Saving features to not only deliver exceptional performance but also superior value: BigTwin™ with the highest performance and density in a 2U four-node design with each node supporting 24 DIMMs, six hot-swap NVMe drives and flexible networking capability; 4U FatTwin™ in a variety of I/O, memory and storage combinations for the most optimized cloud, HPC and enterprise applications; and SuperBlade® systems with two-socket and four-socket Xeon blade servers supporting top-bin 205 W processors, NVMe, 100G EDR InfiniBand switch, or 25/10G ethernet switches, redundant AC/DC power supplies, and battery backup, making them ideal for enterprise, cloud, and HPC applications.
N0206 ► http://www.supermicro.com

Related articles

Innovating for the future at COMPUTEX TAIPEI’s featured area: InnoVEX

InnoVEX, an exhibit area created specifically to showcase the latest groundbreaking technology at COMPUTEX TAIPEI, takes the stage again this year to provide the most critical elements for a successful tech startup — networking opportunities with global buyers, investors and manufacturers, as well as catching up with the latest industry trends.

Hide
Show
%d 位部落客按了讚: