-Supermicro expands AMD product lines with new servers and new processors optimized for cloud-native infrastructure and high-performance technical computing
The evolving portfolio of AMD EPYC 9004 series processor systems is optimized with up to 128 of the new "Zen 4c" cores, and AMD 3D V-Cache technology drives unprecedented heights of density and power efficiency
SAN JOSE, Calif., June 13, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- Supermicro, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a total provider of cloud, AI/ML, storage and 5G/Edge IT solutions, announces that all its line of AMD H13-based systems is now available with support for 4th generation AMD EPYC™ processors, based on "Zen 4c" architecture and 4th generation AMD EPYC processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology.
Supermicro servers powered by 4th-generation AMD EPYC processors for cloud-native computing, with leading thread density and 128 cores per socket, deliver impressive rack density and energy-efficient, scalable performance for deploying native workloads in the cloud on a more consolidated infrastructure. These systems are intended for cloud operators to meet increasing user session demands and deliver new AI-enabled services. Servers with AMD 3D V-Cache technology excel at running technical applications in FEA, CFD, and EDA. The large L3 cache allows these types of applications to run faster than ever. More than 50 world record benchmarks have been set with AMD EPYC processors in the past few years.
"Supermicro continues to push the boundaries of our product lines to meet customer requirements. We design and deliver application-optimized servers that save resources with rack-scale integration for rapid deployments," said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. Super micro. "With our growing portfolio of systems fully optimized for the latest 4th generation AMD EPYC processors, cloud operators can now achieve extreme density and efficiency for numerous users and cloud-native services, even in data centers with limited capacity." In addition, our enhanced high-performance, multi-socket, and multi-node systems address a wide range of technical computing workloads and dramatically reduce time to market for manufacturing companies to design, develop, and validate new products by leveraging the accelerated performance of memory intensive applications.
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"4th generation AMD EPYC™ processors offer the highest core density of any x86 processor in the world and will deliver exceptional performance and efficiency for cloud-native workloads," said Lynn Comp, Corporate Vice President of Marketing of AMD server technology and products. "Our latest family of data center processors enables customers to balance workload growth and flexibility with critical infrastructure consolidation mandates, enabling our customers to get more work done, with more energy efficiency in a when native cloud computing is transforming the data center.
Register for the June 20 Supermicro webinar "Achieving EPYC™ Performance and Density with Next-Generation Supermicro H13 Systems."
H13 Hyper-U – New 1U and 2U Hyper-U servers are designed for high performance and ideal density for cloud-native workloads such as virtualization and HCI, with a single 4th generation AMD EPYC processor for native computing in the cloud of up to 128 cores. In addition, storage-optimized configurations containing 12 3.5" drive bays or 24 2.5" drive bays are available. Using a single CPU with Hyper-U can reduce software license costs and cooling challenges compared to dual-CPU servers, while delivering maximum core density and doubling memory capacity with support for up to 12 channels of DDR5 in 24 DIMM slots. Learn more about these new Hyper-U servers here.
H13 All-Flash EDSFF – New All-Flash NVMe storage systems powered by AMD EPYC 9004 Series processors, based on the "Zen 4c" architecture, are designed with the latest EDSFF technologies enabling unprecedented capacity and performance in a compact 1U chassis. Leveraging 128 PCIe 5.0 lanes, the newer server supports 16 EDSFF E3.S (7.5mm) drives, or 8 E3.S (x4) drives and 4 CXL devices in E3.S 2T form factor, enabling memory expansion for use cases such as in-memory database applications.
Additionally, the following enhanced families of H13 systems provide seamless upgrade path compatibility with the newest AMD EPYC processors.
GPU-Optimized H13 Systems – Open, modular, standards-based servers deliver superior performance and maintainability with a tool-less, hot-swappable design powered by dual AMD EPYC 9004 series processors. GPU options include the latest PCIe, OAM and NVIDIA SXM technology. These GPU systems are ideal for workloads with the most demanding AI training performance, HPC, and Big Data Analytics.
H13 Hyper – The 1U and 2U two-socket H13 Hyper series brings next-generation performance to Supermicro's range of rackmount servers, built to take on the most demanding workloads along with abundant storage and E options. /S that provide a custom fit for a wide range of application needs, as well as providing excellent manageability with their 100% tool-less design.
H13 CloudDC – The single-socket H13 CloudDC leverages the AMD EPYC processor core density and provides maximum I/O and storage flexibility with 2 or 4 PCIe 5.0 slots for GPUs and dual AIOM (PCIe 5.0; OCP compatible) slots 3.0) for maximum data throughput. CloudDC 1U and 2U H13 systems are designed for convenient maintainability with tool-less brackets, hot-swappable drive trays, and redundant power supplies that ensure rapid deployment and more efficient maintenance in data centers of any size.
H13 GrandTwin™ – Supermicro's unique 4-node 2U system is specifically designed for single processor performance. The H13 GrandTwin with AMD EPYC 9004 Series processors optimizes the balance between computing performance, memory and power efficiency to deliver maximum density in the compact 2U form factor with four nodes in one system. In addition, H13 GrandTwin features front hot-swappable (cold aisle) nodes, which can be configured with front or rear I/O for easy maintenance. As a result, the H13 GrandTwin is ideal for workloads such as CDNs, multi-access edge computing, cloud gaming, and high-availability cache clusters.
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