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Rack-scale Plug and Play solutions with liquid cooling options provide customers with faster delivery time, improved quality, optimized performance and efficiency with systems delivering a 67% performance increase1 generation over generation at points AI benchmark and an average performance gain of 87%2 on systems based on the 3rd generation Intel Xeon processor
SAN JOSE, Calif., Dec. 14, 2023/PRNewswire/ -- Supermicro, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a total IT solutions manufacturer for AI, cloud, storage and 5G/Edge, announces air-cooled solutions and rack-scale liquid servers based on the X13 family of workload-optimized servers that now support the new 5th generation Intel Xeon processors (previously codenamed Emerald Rapids). The new product line includes GPU servers for generative AI, E3.S Petascale servers with optimized performance and latency, cost-effective high-density Enterprise and Simply Double storage servers for large-scale object storage, and new 4-node SuperEdge systems with capacity Improved storage.
"At Supermicro, we leverage workload-optimized server building blocks to create fully integrated rack-scale solutions for our customers, resulting in accelerated delivery times and supporting up to 100 kW per rack and global manufacturing capacity. 4,000 racks per month," said Charles Liang. , president and CEO of Supermicro. "Add to this Supermicro's own rack-scale liquid cooling solutions, which can deliver Green Computing TCO savings of up to 51% on data center electricity costs, for a complete, integrated solution. Now We are shipping the first units to customers around the world. The Supermicro "5th generation Xeon, which provide higher performance per watt, up to 128 cores and 160 PCIe lanes in a single server."
Learn more about Supermicro X13 products with 5th Generation Intel Xeon processors
Supermicro 5th Generation Intel Xeon processors deliver 36%3 higher average performance/watt across all workloads compared to 4th Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors.
The new Intel® Trust Domain Extensions (Intel® TDX) are built into the CPU. Supermicro from production to the end customer.
"Fifth-generation Intel® Xeon® processors deliver significant performance and efficiency improvements for our customers' most critical workloads," said Lisa Spelman, corporate vice president and general manager of Xeon Products and Solutions at Intel. "Supermicro's X13 range of servers is designed to offer customers the fastest path to higher performance given their compatibility with fourth-generation Xeon-based platforms already on the market."
Among the new additions to the extensive range of X13 servers is a new dual-processor GPU server with 8 Intel Data Center GPU Max 1550 OAM GPUs optimized for large-scale AI training, generative AI and HPC applications. Intel Data Center GPU Max 1550 GPUs use the open-standard Open Accelerator Module (OAM) form factor for flexible high-speed interconnection and contain 128 GB of HBM2e memory for a maximum GPU memory bandwidth of 3276.8 GB /second. Both CPU and GPU direct-to-chip liquid cooling are available in the system through Supermicro's complete liquid cooling and rack integration solutions.
Learn more about the Supermicro system with 8 Intel Max 1550 GPUs https://www.supermicro.com/en/products/system/gpu/8u/sys-821gv-tnr
Supermicro is also launching several new servers that support the new Intel Xeon E-2400 processors (previously codenamed Catlow Platform, Raptor Lake-E). The new systems are optimized for highly efficient cloud and edge workloads and include flexible I/O WIO, mid-tower, short-depth and storage-optimized configurations, as well as multi-node Supermicro MicroCloud and Supermicro MicroBlade® architectures. . The new Intel Xeon E-2400 processors have up to 8 cores and a maximum frequency of 5.6 GHz. These servers are available for immediate shipping.
Energy efficiency: reduce data center OPEX
Improved security and manageability
Support for open industry standards
Supermicro will offer early access availability of X13 systems with 5th Generation Intel Xeon processors to qualified customers through its remote JumpStart and Early Ship programs. The Supermicro JumpStart program enables qualified customers to perform workload validation with new Supermicro systems. For more details, please visit https://www.supermicro.com/en/products/x13.
The Supermicro X13 Portfolio includes:
SuperBlade® – Supermicro's high-performance, density-optimized, and energy-efficient multi-node platform optimized for AI, data analytics, HPC, cloud, and enterprise workloads.
GPU Servers with PCIe GPUs – Systems that support advanced accelerators to deliver dramatic performance gains and cost savings. These systems are designed for HPC, AI/ML, rendering, and VDI workloads.
Universal GPU Servers - Open, modular, standards-based servers that provide superior performance and serviceability with GPU options, including the latest PCIe, OAM, and NVIDIA SXM technologies.
Petascale Storage – Industry-leading storage density and performance with EDSFF E1.S and E3.S drives, enabling unprecedented capacity and performance in a single 1U or 2U chassis.
Hyper – The highest-performance rackmount servers are designed to take on the most demanding workloads, along with storage and I/O flexibility that provides a custom fit for a wide range of application needs.
Hyper-E – Delivers the power and flexibility of our flagship Hyper family, optimized for deployment in edge environments. Features for edge environments include a shallow chassis and front I/O, making Hyper-E suitable for edge data centers and telecommunications closets.
BigTwin® – 2U 2-node or 2U 4-node platform that provides superior density, performance and serviceability with dual processors per node and tool-less hot-swappable design. These systems are ideal for cloud, storage, and media workloads.
GrandTwin™ – Designed specifically for single-processor performance and memory density, with hot-swappable front (cold aisle) nodes and front or rear I/O for easy maintenance.
FatTwin® – Advanced high-density multi-node 4U twin architecture with 8 or 4 uniprocessor nodes optimized for data center compute or storage density.
Edge Servers – High-density processing power in compact form factors optimized for installation in telecom closets and edge data centers. Optional DC power configurations and enhanced operating temperatures up to 55°C (131°F).
CloudDC – All-in-one platform for cloud data centers, with flexible I/O and storage configurations and dual AIOM slots (PCIe 5.0; OCP 3.0 compatible) for maximum data performance.
WIO – Offers a wide range of I/O options to provide systems truly optimized for each company's specific requirements.
Mainstream – Cost-effective dual-processor platforms for everyday enterprise workloads.
Enterprise Storage – Optimized for large-scale object storage workloads, uses 3.5" rotating media for high density and exceptional total cost of ownership. Front-loading and front/rear-loading configurations make it easy to access units, while tool-free brackets simplify maintenance.
Simply Double – Enhanced density large-scale storage servers with a two-tier design for convenient front access, with up to 24 3.5" drives in a 2U chassis.
Workstations – Delivering data center performance in under-desk portable form factors, Supermicro X13 workstations are ideal for AI, 3D design, and media and entertainment workloads in offices, research labs, and offices. field.
For more information on Supermicro's X13 family of servers, visit Supermicro.com/X13
1 – See https://www.supermicro.com/en/article/5th-gen-benchmarks for more details.2 – Average performance increase as measured by geometric mean of SPEC CPU, STREAM Triad and LINPACK speed compared to the third generation Intel® Xeon® processor. See G1 at intel.com/processorclaims: 5th Generation Intel Xeon Scalable Processors. Results may vary.3 – Geomedia from "DeathStar Bench- Social Network, MySQL Database, OpenFOAM, ResNet34 Inference, VPP-FIB. This offer is not approved or endorsed by OpenCFD Limited, producer and distributor of OpenFOAM software via www. openfoam.com, and owner of the OPENFOAM® and OpenCFD® trademarks. See backup for workloads and configurations. Results may vary.
About Super Micro Computer, Inc.
Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI) is a global leader in application-optimized total IT solutions. Founded and operating in San Jose, California, Supermicro is committed to delivering first-to-market innovation for enterprise, cloud, AI, and 5G Telco/Edge IT infrastructure. We are transforming into a total IT solutions provider with server, AI, storage, IoT and switching systems, software and services, while offering advanced chassis, power and high-volume motherboard products. Products are designed and manufactured in-house (in the United States, Taiwan and the Netherlands), leveraging global operations for scale and efficiency, and optimized to improve total cost of ownership and reduce environmental impact (green computing). The award-winning Server Building Block Solutions® portfolio enables customers to optimize for their exact workload and application by selecting from a broad family of systems built from our flexible, reusable building blocks that support a broad set of performance factors. form, processors, memory, GPU, storage, networking, power and cooling solutions (with air conditioning, free air cooling or liquid cooling).
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