Supermicro is supporting the new AMD EPYC 8004 Series processors (previously code-named Siena) on five Supermicro H13 WIO and short-depth telco servers. Taking advantage of the new AMD processor, these new single-socket servers are designed for use with intelligent edge and telco applications.
The new AMD EPYC 8004 processors enjoy a broad range of operating temperatures and can run at lower DC power levels, thanks to their energy-efficient ‘Zen4c’ cores. Each processor features from 8 to 64 simultaneous multithreading (SMT) capable ‘Zen4c’ cores.
The new AMD processors also run quietly. With a TDP as low as 80W, the CPUs don’t need much in the way of high-speed cooling fans.
Compact yet capacious
Supermicro’s new 1U short-depth version is designed with I/O in the front and a form factor that’s compact yet still offers enough room for three PCIe 5.0 slots. It also has the option of running on either AC or DC power.
The short-depth systems also feature a NEBS-compliant design for telco operations. NBS, short for Network Equipment Building System, is an industry requirement for the performance levels of telecom equipment.
The new WIO servers use Titanium power supplies for increased energy efficiency, and Supermicro says that will deliver higher performance/watt for the entire system.
Supermicro WIO systems offer a wide range of I/O options to deliver optimized systems for specific requirements. Users can optimize the storage and networking alternatives to accelerate performance, increase efficiency and find the perfect fit for their applications.
Here are Supermicro’s five new models:
- AS -1015SV-TNRT: Supermicro H13 WIO system in a 1U format
- AS -1115SV-TRNT: Supermicro H13 WIO system in a 1U format
- AS -2015SV-TNRT: Supermicro H13 WIO system in a 2U format
- AS -1115S-FWTRT: Supermicro H13 telco/edge short-depth system in a 1U format, running on AC power and including system-management features
- AS -1115S-FDWTRT: Supermicro H13 telco/edge short-depth system in a 1U format, this one running on DC power
Shipments of the new Supermicro servers supporting AMD EPYC 8004 processors start now.
- Read the blog: Meet the new AMD EPYC 8004 series processors
- Download the datasheet: Supermicro H13 WIO Systems
- Download the datasheet: Supermicro H13 telco/edge systems
- Register to join a 30-minute webinar on the new Supermicro servers on Oct. 3, 2023, at 1 p.m. ET / 11 a.m. PT