End-to-End Data Centers and the Cloud Power 5G Networks from Supermicro
Cloud data centers and virtualized 5G Core Multi-node Twin architecture and high-density Blade systems using differentiated servers associated with Resource Architecture can benefit from lower TCO and PUE thanks to these technologies.
Deep expertise in virtualization and container technologies
Machine learning/AI training on the most potent GPU servers in the data center
Remote Area Network (WAN) Virtualization and the Periphery
FPGA processors for virtual RAN (vRAN), including O-RAN Edge AI inferencing with GPU card options, can be installed in high-performance servers enabling up to 3rd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable Processors. Expedites time-sensitive decisions at the local level.
In addition to IP65 ruggedized enclosures for outdoors installations and features like NEBS Level 3 compliance and AC/DC power for the main office and micro data centers, telecom-standard features include short depth and front I/O servers and AC/DC compliance.
Management of IoT device deployment from the Cloud using customer premises and IoT Compact Edge servers and gateway.
networking solutions that can be customized to fit almost any setup
VNFs for SD-WAN, uCPE, and other systems supported by software partners are available widely.
California’s Silicon Valley, on Tuesday, February 16th, 2022, High-performance computing, storage, networking, and green computing leader Super Micro Computer (SMCI) has introduced a new short-depth multi-node system for 5G and IoT applications. High density compute and I/O in a small form factor is appropriate for on-site situations such as retail, branch offices, or field locations like the base of cell towers or high traffic regions, for example, the Supermicro SuperEdge server. The Supermicro SuperEdge uses Intel Xeon Scalable processors of the 3rd generation in each node for faster analysis and continuous integration capabilities. For 5G, IoT, and Edge applications, the SuperEdge server boosts node density by 50% compared to previous application-optimized servers. As the business expands, customers can start with a single server and add more servers as needed.
Using the SuperEdge server, operators can enhance system workloads and data processing at the edge, thereby lowering network traffic back to the data center,” stated Charles Liang, president, and CEO of Supermicro. When it comes to network computing, “optimizing the installation of network computing in the metaverse” is component of our IT Solutions approach.
A small data center or an environment where server depth is crucial can benefit significantly from the Supermicro SuperEdge server’s design. The SuperEdge system may be implemented in various physical locations where space is at a premium because of its depth of only 430 mm. Supermicro SuperEdge can be equipped with GPUs to execute AI calculations at the network’s edge, enhancing decision-making and speeding up response time.
The front-accessible nodes and I/O connectors enable quick maintenance when needed. Temperatures ranging from -5 to 55 degrees Celsius will be no problem for this server, as will the wide variety of moisture and other environmental factors. As a result, enterprises can save money on OPEX and place the server in locations that aren’t climate-controlled. The SuperEdge server can function in harsh environments outside of a regular data center thanks to the redundant power supply and cooling fans.
Allows a variety of edge computing-focused add-on cards installed in each of the three hot-swappable nodes. The I/O density allows for several acceleration cards in this system, such as connectivity, FPGA, DPU, eASIC, and TimeSync choices. Each node can hold up to 2TB of DDR4 DRAM, making it possible to run more complicated and comprehensive applications.
Supermicro NVIDIA® GPU Server Buying Guide
It is possible to improve your elevated computing capabilities by utilizing Supermicro’s NVIDIA® GPU and coprocessor technologies. GPU offloading is a great solution to free up server resources and maintain stable server performance.
Power consumption is another way NVIDIA® GPU servers may benefit your business. As a result of the GPU and CPU sharing workload, you use less power, and your processors aren’t running at total capacity as long.
Robust systems with up to 6TB of memory in 24 DIMM slots, two Intel® Xeon® processors, and an integrated Redfish LAN are available from Supermicro. All the GPU SuperServer® models are also available in various sizes and configurations.
Our engineering team can help you configure your server to meet your specific needs, whether for AI, HPC, financial, media, or anything else. A Servers Direct technician can help you find the ideal combination of performance and reliability today.
Supermicro 1U GPU Server by Form Factor
The 19-inch server rack’s typical 1U server is the most transportable and, arguably, the easiest to maintain. Powerful dual-core processors, up to 4TB of storage, and 16 GPUs are packed into a small, adaptable form factor.
A 2U GPU server
The 2U server is 3.5 inches taller than a 1U server, allowing for greater computational power and storage space to be packed into a smaller package. The 2U server is a popular choice for data centers and enterprise applications because of its high-performance density.
4U Graphics Processing Unit (GPU)
The 7-inch height of the 4U compact design makes it a good choice for enterprises in need of future expansion. The extra space allows for more GPUs, energy capacity, and storage devices than its 1U and 2U predecessors.