Supermicro Unveils Intel® Xeon® Scalable Supported Servers

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SAN JOSE, California, January 8, 2019 / PRNewswire / – Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI) , a global leader in enterprise computing solutions, as well as environmentally friendly storage and networking technologies, today announced the launch of the Early Shipment Program server and storage systems. They can be validated using the new generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors, which will be officially released later this year.

Supermicro’s X11 portfolio is optimized for next-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, as well as future innovations, including Intel® Optane ™ DC permanent memory and Intel® Deep Learning Boost technology, which provides more efficient acceleration of AI (artificial intelligence). To join Supermicro’s early delivery program, visit https://www.supermicro.com/en/products/x11-scalable and follow the instructions or contact your local dealer.

Supermicro actively supports Intel Optane DC permanent memory technology, a revolutionary development of the new generation of Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors. This technology will allow commercial users to process information faster and gain additional benefits from large data sets, due to their closer location to the processor. Intel Optane DC Permanent Memory, ideal for information-intensive workloads, combines availability, high capacity, and long-term storage support. All these characteristics allow us to stimulate the development of innovative applications and the implementation of new scenarios and processes that require processing large volumes of information.

Many X11 systems are also equipped with a resource-saving (Resource-Saving) architecture that separates CPU, memory, and other subsystems, allowing each element to be upgraded independently of others. This concept gives data center owners the opportunity to reduce the cost of equipment renewal cycles, as well as reduce the indicator of the negative impact on the environment. From the point of view of the three-five-year regeneration cycle, the Resource-Saving architecture provides, in general, more high-performance and more efficient servers with lower cost compared to traditional models that require dismantling and replacement. All this allows data centers to independently optimize the implementation of new and improved technologies.

Being also a leader in creating servers and data warehouses based on NMVe flash drives, Supermicro has introduced a new line of NVMe ™ 1U petabyte storage servers with support for new generation flash technology, characterized by the highest storage throughput and IOPS, support for NVMe over Fabrics easy operation. These IU systems support up to 1 PB of high-speed memory with 32 front-end hot-swappable SSDs in U.2, Intel Ruler, EDSFF, and NF1 form factors, providing customers with the most comprehensive selection of options for high-capacity network storage devices that require minimal latency. New systems open in front of the

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