Supermicro SuperBlade® blade servers Articles

Engineering simulation
For Ansys engineering simulations, check out Supermicro's AMD-powered SuperBlade
  • February 23, 2024
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

The Supermicro SuperBlade powered by AMD EPYC processors provides exceptional memory bandwidth, floating-point performance, scalability and density for technical computing workloads. They're valuable to your customers who use Ansys software to create complex simulations that help solve real-world problems.   

Google on-prem cloud with Supermicro SuperBlade
Get a better Google on-prem cloud with Supermicro SuperBlade
  • February 16, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

Supermicro SuperBlade servers powered by AMD EPYC processors are ideal for managing cloud-native workloads--and for connecting to the wealth of services the Google Cloud Platform provides.

Accelerate AI with storage
Looking to accelerate AI? Start with the right mix of storage
  • February 13, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

That’s right, storage might be the solution to speeding up your AI systems.

AMD Instinct MI300 series accelerators
AMD Instinct MI300 Series: Take a deeper dive in this advanced technology
  • December 20, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

Take a look at the innovative technology behind the new AMD Instinct MI300 Series accelerators.

Supermicro 8-GPU server
Supermicro debuts 3 GPU servers with AMD Instinct MI300 Series APUs
  • December 8, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

The same day that AMD introduced its new AMD Instinct MI300 series accelerators, Supermicro debuted three GPU rackmount servers that use the new AMD accelerated processing units (APUs). One of the three new systems also offers energy-efficient liquid cooling.

AMD Instinct MI300 series accelerators
AMD drives AI with Instinct MI300X, Instinct MI300A, ROCm 6
  • December 7, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

AMD this week formally introduced its AMD Instinct MI300X and AMD Instinct MI300A accelerator

AMD hardware-based security
How AMD’s hardware-based security can keep your customers safer
  • December 5, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

AMD’s Infinity Guard hardware-level security suite is built into the company’s EPYC server processors. It guards against internal and external threats via a multilayered approach designed to prevent various types of attacks. 

Research Roundup
Research Roundup: GenAI use, public-cloud spend, tech debt’s reach, employee cyber violations
  • November 29, 2023
  • Author: Peter Krass

Catch up on the latest research from leading IT market watchers and analysts. 

AMD EPYC processor
Choose the right AMD EPYC server processor for the job
  • November 27, 2023
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

AMD designed its 4th generation EPYC processors to address a variety of workloads, ranging from general-purpose computing to high-performance data center, AI and the edge. Here's how to pick the right one.

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. 

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