Supermicro SuperMinute Launch: Refreshed X11 Systems
Better. Faster. Greener. Supermicro continues to lead in first-to-market innovation, with over 100 refreshed X11 systems compatible with the new 2nd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors.
These thermally optimized systems deliver up to 36% better performance at the same price level or up to 61% lower processor costs for equivalent performance versus current offerings.
The Supermicro 2049P-TN8R (or technically the SYS-2049P-TN8R) is a 4-socket server that is designed differently from many of the other models we have tested like the Supermicro SYS-2049U-TR4. This server is designed for scale-out applications. It may seem like a slight nuance, but the system is designed differently for that purpose.
Today, we’re now adding our fifth 64 core processor to the 2nd Gen EPYC stack with the AMD EPYC 7662. This processor is a great entry point into the 64-core market, providing customers access to the same high-performance ‘Zen 2’ cores as one of the world’s fastest x86 server processors with the AMD EPYC 7H1], but at a lower cost point compared to other mainstream AMD EPYC 64 core processors.
The Intel Rack Scale Design infrastructure separates the physical compute, storage and network resources within a rack into logical resources that administrators can access through management APIs, which provide interfaces for discovering, composing and monitoring resources.
GRC ICEraQ™ Immersion-Cooling System Integrated with Supermicro® Servers. (Photo: Business Wire)
ZELENDATA CENTRE provides colocation, infrastructure as a service, and software as a service, and its Supermicro® servers are being cooled by GRC’s ICEraQ™ liquid immersion cooling systems.
Edge computing, which is the concept of processing and analyzing data in servers closer to the applications they serve, is growing in popularity and opening new markets for established telecom providers, semiconductor startups, and new software ecosystems.
SAN JOSE, Calif. -- February 6, 2020 (BUSINESS WIRE) -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI), a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, today announced financial results for its fiscal second quarter ended December 31, 2019.
Fiscal Second Quarter Highlights
That claim seems to be backed up by Super Micro's generally strong estimated numbers throughout this time. In conjunction with the relisting announcement, Super Micro raised its revenue guidance for the fourth quarter, and shares are up a whopping 20% in 2020 alone.