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Supermicro high-performance systems support exploration to distant galaxies

“As a hardware solution company, we are investing heavily in our Resource-Saving server, GPU and storage solutions, including the development of 12-year lifecycle chassis, power supplies, fans and other subsystems, to help end-customers save both energy cost and hardware acquisition costs while reducing IT waste.”

Black Hole Imaging to NASA Climate Research - Supermicro HPS

Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI), a global leader in enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology, supplies server and storage systems that deliver maximum performance to power major breakthroughs in a wide range of HPC applications including scientific research and space exploration.


GIVEAWAY: Supermicro-powered Mini-ITX Gaming PC worth $1567

Global entry! We have teamed up with Supermicro to give away an awesome built by TweakTown Supermicro-powered Mini-ITX LAN party desktop gaming rig featuring the Supermicro C9Z390-CG-IW motherboard, with a combined value of almost $1600 to one lucky winner!


Inside a Supermicro Intel Omni-Path 48x 100Gbps Switch

With ISC 2019 coming this week, we wanted to do two things. We wanted to kick off our “Cool Server Hardware Series” and at the same time, highlight something that may be found in supercomputer centers. We have a quick tour of what is inside a Supermicro SSH-C48Q which is a 48-port 100Gbps Omni-Path switch that has been running in our lab for almost two years.

Supermicro AI validated for deployment with NVIDIA EGX Edge

Supermicro (SMCI) announced support for the NVIDIA EGX platform on Supermicro’s NGC-Ready industry-leading 1U and 2U GPU servers as well as its compact and highly configurable edge computing servers, allowing customers to rapidly develop AI applications in their edge networks.


Supermicro steps up with NVIDIA EGX for AI on the Edge

AI at the Edge supports a myriad of time-critical applications, such as automated vehicles, remote health care, and advanced AR (Augmented Reality) and VR (Virtual Reality), and the need for powerful servers across a wide variety of implementations will only increase with the continued rollout of 5G networks.