Supermicro SuperBlade blade servers Articles

Greener data center
For Greener Data Centers, Look to Energy-Efficient Components
  • March 21, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

Energy-efficient systems can help your customers lower their data-center costs while supporting a cleaner environment. 

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Learn, Earn and Win with AMD Arena
  • February 23, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

Channel partners can learn about AMD products and technologies at the AMD Arena site. It’s your site for AMD partner training courses, redeemable points and much more.

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

A series of colored ethernet patch cables. Networking issues were the downfall of the first Flash Mob Computing event.
Perspective: Looking Back on the Rise of Supercomputing
  • November 3, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

Conceptual image depicting moving ML training workloads faster with the Supermicro SuperBlade
Supermicro SuperBlades®: Designed to Power Through Distributed AI/ML Training Models
  • October 6, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

Running heavy AI/ML workloads can be a challenge for any server, but the SuperBlade has extremely fast networking options, upgradability, the ability to run two AMD EPYC™ 7000-series 64-core processors and the Horovod open-source framework for scaling deep-learning training across multiple GPUs.

Conceptual image about Red Hat's OCP running on Supermicro's SuperBlade server.
Red Hat’s OpenShift Runs More Efficiently with Supermicro’s SuperBlade® Servers
  • September 30, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

The Supermicro SuperBlade's advantage for the Red Hat OCP environment is that it supports a higher-density infrastructure and lower-latency network configuration, along with benefits from reduced cabling, power and shared cooling features. SuperBlades feature multiple AMD EPYC™ processors using fast DDR4 3200MHz memory modules.

Image: Offering Distinct Advantages: The AMD Instinct™ MI210 and MI250 Series GPU Accelerators and Supermicro SuperBlades
Offering Distinct Advantages: The AMD Instinct™ MI210 and MI250 Series GPU Accelerators and Supermicro SuperBlades
  • September 9, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

Using six nanometer processes and the CDNA2 graphics dies, AMD has created the third generation of GPU accelerators, which have more than twice the performance of previous GPU processors and deliver 181 teraflops of mixed precision peak computing power.

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Queensland Educational Foundation Boosts IT Security with Supermicro Computers Using AMD EPYC™ CPUs
  • August 18, 2022
  • Author: David Strom

In South Africa, the Queensland Education Foundation supports 11 different schools for the first 12 primary grades. In an effort to transform the region into a marquee digital environment, it has built a series of fully networked and online classrooms. The network is used both to supply connectivity and as a pedagogical tool to teach students enterprise IT concepts and provide hands-on instruction.

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