Supermicro BigTwin® servers Articles

Supermicro rack capacity
Supermicro expands rack capacity so you get servers faster & greener
  • November 20, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

Supermicro recently announced that it has expanded its capacity and can now provide 5,000 fully integrated, liquid-cooled racks per month. 

Liquid cooling
Can liquid-cooled servers help your customers?
  • August 11, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

Liquid cooling can offer big advantages over air cooling. According to a new Supermicro solution guide, these benefits include up to 92% lower electricity costs for a server’s cooling infrastructure, and up to 51% lower electricity costs for an entire data center.

Green computing - reduce, reuse, recycle
Tech Explainer: Green Computing, Part 3 – Why you should reduce, reuse & recycle
  • July 19, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

The new 3Rs of green computing are reduce, reuse and recycle. 

Green computing - holistic strategies
Tech Explainer: Green Computing, Part 2 — Holistic strategies
  • June 23, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

Holistic green computing strategies can help both corporate and individual users make changes for the better.

ILM special effects
How ILM creates visual effects faster & cheaper with AMD-powered Supermicro hardware
  • May 22, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

ILM, the visual-effects company founded by George Lucas, is using AMD-powered Supermicro servers and workstations to create the next generation of special effects for movies and TV.

Deep detail on 4th-Gen AMD EPYC-based wide range of servers
Supermicro H13 Servers Maximize Your High-Performance Data Center
  • November 18, 2022
  • Author:

The modern data center must be both highly performant and energy efficient. Massive amounts of data are generated at the edge and then analyzed in the data center.

Conceptual image representing single-root i/o virtualization
Single-Root I/O Virtualization Delivers a Big Boost for Performance-Intensive Environments
  • September 28, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

CERN's Large Hadron Collider
CERN Parses Hadron Collider Data with 900 Supermicro Computers and AMD CPUs
  • September 15, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

CERN is trying to discover what happened in the nanoseconds following the Big Bang that created all matter. It is manipulating data flows with custom AMD circuitry that slices up the Large Hadron Collider data into smaller pieces. “You need to get all the data pieces together in a single location because only then can you do a meaningful calculation on this stuff,” said Niko Neufeld, a CERN project leader. The effort entails rapid data processing, high-bandwidth access to lots of memory and very speedy I/O among many servers.

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