RELEASE: Supermicro cooling solutions aim for the convergence of AI and HPC (2)

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- Supermicro's rack-scale liquid cooling solutions with the latest industry accelerators aim for the convergence of AI and HPC

- Complete data center liquid cooling solutions enable you to build AI factories at unprecedented speeds using the latest dense GPU servers equipped with the highest performing CPUs and GPUs

SAN JOSE, California and HAMBURG, Germany, May 13, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- International Supercomputing Conference (ISC) -- Supermicro, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a total IT solutions provider for AI, cloud, storage and 5G/Edge, is addressing the most demanding requirements of customers who want to expand their AI and HPC capabilities while reducing data center power requirements. Supermicro offers complete liquid cooling solutions, including cold plates, CDUs, CDMs and complete cooling towers. A significant reduction in a data center's PUE is quickly realized with server and data center liquid cooling infrastructure, and this can reduce overall power consumption in the data center by up to 40%.

"Supermicro continues to work with our AI and HPC customers to bring the latest technology, including total liquid cooling solutions, to their data centers," explained Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. "Our complete liquid cooling solutions can handle up to 100 kW per rack, reducing TCO in data centers and enabling denser AI and HPC computing. Our building block architecture allows us to bring the latest GPUs to market and accelerators, and with our trusted suppliers, we continue to bring new rack-scale solutions to market that ship to customers with reduced delivery time."

Supermicro's high-performance, application-optimized servers are designed to host the most powerful CPUs and GPUs for simulation, data analysis, and machine learning. The liquid-cooled Supermicro 4U 8-GPU server is in a class of its own, delivering petaflops of AI computing power in a dense form factor with NVIDIA H100/H200 HGX GPUs. Supermicro will soon ship the liquid-cooled Supermicro X14 SuperBlade in 8U and 6U configurations, the rack-mountable X14 Hyper, and the Supermicro X14 BigTwin. Several HPC-optimized server platforms will support Intel Xeon 6900 with P cores in a compact, multi-node form factor.

Learn more about how Supermicro's rack-scale integration services enable you to reduce costs and optimize your data center:

Additionally, Supermicro continues its leadership in shipping the industry's broadest portfolio of liquid-cooled MGX products... Supermicro also confirms its support for the delivery of Intel's latest accelerators with its new Intel® Gaudi® 3 accelerator and AMD MI300X accelerators. With up to 120 nodes per rack with Supermicro SuperBlade®, large-scale HPC applications can run in just a few racks. Supermicro will showcase a wide range of servers at the International Supercomputing Conference, including Supermicro X14 systems featuring Intel® Xeon® 6 processors.

Supermicro will also showcase and demonstrate a wide range of solutions designed specifically for HPC and AI environments at ISC 2024. The new liquid-cooled 4U 8-GPU servers with NVIDIA HGX H100 and H200 GPUs stand out in Supermicro's lineup. These servers and others will be supported by NVIDIA B200 HGX GPUs when they become available. New systems with high-end GPUs accelerate AI training and HPC simulation by bringing more data closer to the GPU than previous generations by using high-speed HBM3 memory. With the incredible density of 4U liquid-cooled servers, a single rack provides (8 servers x 8 GPUs x 1979 Tflops FP16 (with sparsity) = 126 petaflops. The Supermicro SYS-421GE-TNHR2-LCC can use dual Intel Xeon processors 4th or 5th generation, and the AS -4125GS-TNHR2-LCC is available with dual 4th generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs.

The new AS-8125GS-TNMR2 server offers users access to 8 AMD Instinct™ MI300X accelerators. This system also includes dual AMD EPYC™ 9004 series processors with up to 128 cores/256 threads and up to 6TB of memory. Each AMD Instinct MI300X accelerator contains 192GB of HBM3 memory per GPU, all connected to an AMD Universal Base Board (UBB 2.0). Additionally, the new AS -2145GH-TNMR-LCC and AS -4145GH-TNMR APU servers are aimed at accelerating HPC workloads with the MI300A APU. Each APU combines high-performance AMD CPU, GPU, and HBM3 memory for 912 AMD CDNA™ 3 GPU compute units, 96 "Zen 4" cores, and 512 GB of HBM3 memory unified in a single system.

At ISC 2024, an 8U Supermicro server with the Intel Gaudi 3 AI accelerator will be demonstrated. This new system is designed for AI training and inference and can be directly networked with a traditional Ethernet fabric. Each Intel Gaudi 3 accelerator integrates 24 200 gigabit (Gb) Ethernet ports, providing a flexible, open-standard network. Additionally, 128GB of HBM2e high-speed memory is included. The Intel Gaudi 3 Accelerator is designed to efficiently scale up and down from a single node to thousands to meet the expansive requirements of GenAI models. Also on display will be Supermicro's Petascale storage systems, which are critical for large-scale HPC and AI workloads.

There will be a demonstration of Supermicro SuperCloud Composer for data center management software, showing how, from a single console, an entire data center can be monitored and managed, including the status of all liquid-cooled servers.

More information about Supermicro's presence at ISC 2024 is available on the website at:

About Super Micro Computer, Inc.

Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI) is a global leader in application-optimized total IT solutions. Founded and operating in San Jose, California, Supermicro is committed to delivering first-to-market innovation for enterprise, cloud, AI, and 5G Telco/Edge IT infrastructure. We are a manufacturer of Total IT Solutions with servers, AI, storage, IoT, switching systems, software and support services. Supermicro's motherboard, power and chassis design expertise further enables our development and production, enabling next-generation innovation from cloud to edge for our global customers. Our 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 total cost of ownership and reduce environmental impact (green computing). The award-winning Server Building Block Solutions® portfolio enables customers to optimize for their exact workload and application by selecting from a broad family of systems built from our flexible, reusable building blocks that support a broad set of performance factors. form, processors, memory, GPU, storage, networking, power and cooling solutions (with air conditioning, free air cooling or liquid cooling).

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