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Supermicro’s Intelligent IoT Edge Server Processing and Cloud-Based Solutions

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Local Edge computing is becoming increasingly important as the quantity of internet-connected devices grows exponentially to manage the enormous amounts of data created and support innovative, focused applications. Using cutting-edge product design, Supermicro combines with forward-thinking software platform providers to provide complete solutions for various vertical sectors, including Industry 4.0, Intelligent Retail, Smart Cities, and more.

Industry 4.0 and the Supermicro Solution

The automation of production drives the fourth industrial revolution and increased industry productivity. Data generated by the proliferation of connected, intelligent machines, sensors & vehicles generate new difficulties, even as new technologies improve product quality and minimize downtime. Many of these issues can be solved with intelligent edge computing.

The Edge of High Performance

Data collecting is migrating away from giant corporations and data centers to edge devices, popping up all around. Modern technology is rapidly infiltrating many aspects of our daily lives, from our homes and streets to shops and factories. There are sensors and equipment that can be installed throughout entire neighborhoods and cities to monitor activity, leading to more efficient factories or safer and cleaner cities.

GPU/Coprocessor Options

GPU/Coprocessor systems from Supermicro have the power to take the most compute-intensive applications to new levels and deliver the best quality with exceptional optimization. These systems are packed with the most up-to-date and cutting-edge technology, including up to 8/4 GPU/Coprocessor, PCI-E 3.0 expansion slots, 10GBase-T Ethernet, and QDR/FDR InfiniBand ports.

There is support for up to: 6TB DDR4-2933MHz memory in 24 DIMM slots with support for Intel® OptaneTM DC Persistent Memory, 4/6 GPU/Coprocessor cards in 1U/2U/4U, 24 SATA 3.0 (6Gbps) ports with Intel® C622 controller, up to 2x 10GBase-T ports, redundant Platinum Level (95 percent) power supplies, integrated Redfish dedicated LAN, and dual or single 2nd generation Intel®.

GPU/Coprocessor SuperServer systems from Supermicro are offered in various form factors and geared for high-performance computing (HPC), deep learning, oil/gas simulations, computational finance, scientific and engineering applications, and media/entertainment applications.

Optimized Solutions for the Data Center

To meet the needs of the modern data center, the new generation X11 X11 Supermicro Data Center Compatible SuperServer® product line has been built. High-efficiency power supplies allow for higher operating temperatures and lower Total Ownership costs in this product line’s thermal architecture, which is optimized for complicated requirements and energy-saving data center design (TCO).

You can rely on the best Supermicro server architecture, high-quality components, and compatibility for the current 2nd generation Intel® Xeon Scalable CPUs for your data center deployments. 8 DIMM slots, one standard PCI-E 3.0 slot, 8 SATA 3.0 (6Gbps) storage bays with Intel® C620 controllers, and up to 2x 1GbE are supported by each server.

It can handle up to:

In each socket, there are 24 cores.

High-efficiency, redundant 800W DDR4-2933MHz ECC memory with 2 TB of storage and 140W of electricity per socket

Alternatives to Mass Storage

Suppose you’re looking for a low-latency NVMe system, a dense system with 2.5″ or 3.5″ SAS3/SATA3 storage media, or a cost-effective way to expand storage capacity. In that case, you can find it in the SuperStorage family. All-Flash NVMe Systems with 1U Petabyte Scale and Industry Standard U.2/NF1/EDSFF drives are also available. The no-compromise Supermicro SuperStorage systems are available in 2U, 3U, and 4U form factors and use 2.5″ or 3.5″ SSDs/HDDs. A maximum of 6TB of DDR4-2933MHz memory, PCIe 4.0x slots, and NVMe are supported by the SuperStorage servers. The servers also have ten 10G SFP+, ten 10GBase-T LAN ports, IPMI 2.0 and KVM with LAN, and compatibility for 2nd generation Intel Xeon CPUs and Intel OpTane DC Persistent Memory.

Customers working in CPU-intensive storage, virtual storage, software-defined storage, capacity storage, single-instance centralized data deduplication, data backup, continuity planning, and virtual tape library environments will benefit from Supermicro SuperStorage solutions in a variety of ways.

The following are some of the main advantages:

Microsoft, VMware, RedHat, and Software Defined Storage-optimized open industry standard storage offerings are included in this portfolio.

A hybrid expander and a direct attach storage backplane with up to 20 GB/s throughputs are supported via NVMe support.

Dense 1U, 2U, 3U, and 4U configurations with industry-leading density for maximum efficiency. Platinum rated power supply with the highest efficiency (95 percent power efficient)

Mission Safety-Critical Performance: Architecture featuring hot interchangeable drive bays, power supplies, and cooling fans that is entirely redundant and fault-tolerant. It’s ideal for mission-critical applications because of the JBOD’s active-active capability.

Deep Learning & AI Supermicro Solution

With Supermicro’s Deep Learning technology, you can embrace AI.

Deep Learning, a subset of AI and ML, is the go-to approach for implementing multi-layered artificial neural networks when it comes to complex tasks that can’t be programmed. On the other hand, Google Maps evaluates millions of data points every day to determine the optimal route and arrive at the intended location. Training and Inference are the two aspects of Deep Learning. Like many data sets as possible must be processed in the training phase of Deep Learning for the neural network to “learn” the feature and adapt itself to do tasks like image processing, speech recognition, and so on. When a trained model is used to make predictions and judgments, the inference element is called out. Extensive processing capacity is required for both learning and inferencing if the needed accuracy and precision are achieved.


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