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Supermicro launches HPC solutions for data centers

29 Jul 16

Supermicro specializes in high-performance servers and high efficiency, storage technology and green computing. The company recently announced the launch of its latest innovations in HPC architectures and technologies.

Included in the announcement is a 4-node 2U server that supports the Intel Xeon Phi new processors, with optional Intel integrated or external structure Omni-Path. Another announcement was the SuperServer 1U GPU which includes the next gen GPU 100, 7U 8-Way SuperServer with 24TB memory capacity – also compatible with the new Intel Xeon processor.

Additionally, the company has announced plans to offer systems using Intel Scalable configurations System Framework using the latest Intel Xeon processors.

Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro, says that with the new solutions, the company can get results faster, with maximum performance per watt and per square foot.

"With our latest innovations that incorporate the Intel Xeon Phi processors architecture performance and density optimized Twin, scalable servers 8 inputs, connections 100Gbps OPA for broadband connectivity high and high NVMe performance based storage for Lustre, our customers can accelerate their applications and innovations to meet the most complex real - world problems. "

Charles Wuischpard, group vice president of data center and general manager of High Performance Computing at Intel, says the new solutions are exciting.

"The adoption of Supermicro of our latest technologies, including the new Intel Xeon Phi Intel Omni-Path Architecture processor and will provide a much deeper and innovation vision for research applications and commercial sciences, analytical and machine learning." 

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