LAS VEGAS, August 27, 2018 / PRNewswire / – The company Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI code), the world leader in high-performance and high-performance server technology and environmentally safe data processing, introduced its latest ready-to-use software-defined storage (SDS). The presentation took place during the VMworld 2018 exhibition in Las Vegas (Stand No. 2137, Mandalay Bay Hotel & Convention Center).
“Our new All-Flash NVMe BigTwin ™ solution, which is ready for use and has passed the strictest certification tests of Intel, VMware and Supermicro, is the preferred platform for many today’s players in the hyper-converged devices industry,” said Charles Liang, president and chief executive officer Supermicro – This hyper-converted All-Flash vSAN accelerates the work of the software-defined storage, optimizes the data center infrastructure and, ultimately, speeds up the process of selecting and implementing the program a lot of hardware and software. “
This BigTwin SDS solution has an increased number of cores, which allows it to support a larger number of virtual machines (VMs) per node and system. Providing up to 3 TB of memory per node, All-Flash NVMe BigTwin technology is ideal for databases in memory. Each node supports six “hot-swap” NVMe disks, which maximizes performance.
Equipped with a flexible and cost-optimized SIOM network interface module from Supermicro, the All-Flash NVMe BigTwin solution supports the network interface options 10G, 25G, 50G and 100G. The multi-node innovation architecture ensures maximum energy efficiency through the collective use of resources, which corresponds to the concept of environmentally safe computing and saves customers capital, operating costs, guaranteeing the best cost of ownership.
The use of Intel® Optane ™ DC SSDs with NVMe support for caching helps this high-performance SDS system to speed up storage three-fold, enabling up to 30 drives per day (DWPD) to be recorded. VMWare solutions from Supermicro based BigTwin provide vSAN data protection technologies for critical critical applications. For more information about this hyperconverted solution, see the technical brochure under the link: https://www.supermicro.com/white_paper/white_paper_BigTwin.pdf .
In the face of the rapidly growing demand for digital data warehouses, many corporate customers are looking for high-speed devices with a large memory capacity. Equipped with NVMe SSDs in 36 NF1 and 32 Ruler form factors, JBOF systems and petabyte storage servers from Supermicro support high-capacity, high-performance NVMe flash storage with only one cell in the telecommunications cabinet, competing with a much more expensive traditional systems with minimal costs of money and space.
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