RELEASE: Supermicro Announces E3.S All-Flash Storage With New CXL Memory Expansion Offerings

-Supermicro announces high-volume production of E3.

RELEASE: Supermicro Announces E3.S All-Flash Storage With New CXL Memory Expansion Offerings

-Supermicro announces high-volume production of E3.S all-flash storage portfolio with new CXL memory expansion offerings

Extensive set of new systems to support E3.S all-flash solutions and E3.S CXL expansion memory module (CMM) solutions with E3.S drives available from all flash vendors, increasing flexibility and reliability customer choice

SAN JOSE, Calif., Aug. 10, 2023/PRNewswire/ -- Supermicro, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a total provider of IT solutions for cloud, AI/ML, storage and 5G/Edge, offers solutions for High-performance, low-latency E3.S storage supporting industry-first PCIe® Gen5 drives and CXL modules to meet the demands of large HPC and AI Training clusters where massive amounts of unstructured data must be delivered to GPU and CPU to achieve faster results.

Supermicro's Petascale systems are a new class of storage servers supporting the latest industry-standard NVMe E3.S (7.5mm) Gen 5 drives from leading storage vendors for up to 256TB of high-performance storage and low latency in 1U or up to half a petabyte in 2U. Inside, Supermicro's innovative symmetrical architecture reduced latency by ensuring the shortest signal paths for data and maximized airflow over critical components, allowing them to run at optimal speeds. With these new systems, a standard rack can now hold more than 20 petabytes of capacity for high-performance NVMe-oF™ (NVMe™ over Fabrics) configurations, ensuring that GPUs remain saturated with data. Systems are available with 4th generation Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors or 4th generation AMD EPYC™ processors.

"Supermicro continues to build on its industry-leading AI rack-scale solutions by incorporating the latest in storage technology," said Charles Liang, Supermicro's president and CEO. "Our broad range of high-performance AI solutions have been enhanced with NVMe-based Petabyte-scale storage to deliver maximum performance and capabilities for our customers training large AI models and HPC environments. These solutions are now shipping in large quantities worldwide. With our Rack Scale Total IT solutions, we offer turnkey or custom solutions, including liquid cooling, that accommodate various workloads and are ready to deploy on day one."

Supermicro's Petascale systems are the first in the industry to support up to 4 E3.S 2T (15mm) CMM devices on Intel and AMD based platforms. These systems now enable memory cache coherence between CPU memory and PCIe-attached DDR-based memory devices. New line of optimized storage systems includes 1U servers that support up to 16 hot-swap E3.S drives or eight E3.S drives, plus four 16.8mm E3.S 2T bays for CMMs and other emerging modular devices . 2U servers support up to 32 hot-swap E3.S drives with single processor and dual processor models. Dual processor models support the latest 4th generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, while single processor models support the latest 4th generation AMD EPYC processors.

Customers will experience increased performance with these latest technologies. All of these systems include PCIe 5.0 (twice the performance of PCIe 4.0), 1.5 times the memory performance of DDR5 compared to DDR4, and up to 1PB in a compact 2U server when 30TB drives become available at the end of the year. of this year.

"KIOXIA's CM7 Series E3.S PCIe 5.0 SSDs, when used in the new Supermicro storage servers, are ideal for workloads that require high performance and capacity," said Neville Ichhaporia, senior vice president and general manager of the unit. SSD Business, KIOXIA America, Inc. "We continue to work closely with Supermicro to provide the memory needed to enable the fastest storage servers available for end users who require fast access to large amounts of data."

"Solidigm is proud to partner with Supermicro to offer the latest high-quality storage solutions. Our QLC E3.S hyperdense NVMe SSDs have the largest capacity of any drive on the market, ranging from 7.68TB to 61.44TB. TB, to give customers the capacity they need without sacrificing performance," said Greg Matson, Vice President of Strategic Planning and Marketing at Solidigm "We continue to work with Supermicro to create storage systems that address the high-end requirements for data loads. real world job.

Learn more about Supermicro Petascale All Flash NVMe storage solutions at:,H13

See Supermicro Petascale storage systems at the Flash Memory Summit, Santa Clara Convention Center, August 8-10, 2023, Booth 1045.

About Super Micro Computers, Inc.

Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI) is a world leader in application-optimized total IT solutions. Founded and operating in San Jose, California, Supermicro is committed to delivering leading-edge innovation for enterprise, cloud, AI, and 5G Telco/Edge IT infrastructure. We are transforming into a total IT solution provider with systems, software and services for server, AI, storage, IoT and switching, while offering advanced high volume chassis, power and motherboard products. Products are designed and manufactured in-house (in the United States, Taiwan, and the Netherlands), leveraging global operations for scale and efficiency, and optimized to improve TCO and reduce environmental impact (Green Computing). The award-winning portfolio of Server Building Block Solutions® enables customers to optimize their exact application and workload by selecting from a broad family of systems built from our flexible and reusable building blocks that support a broad set of form factors, processors , memory, GPU, storage, networking, power and cooling solutions (air conditioning, free air cooling or liquid cooling).

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