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Accelerating CSP data centers
How CSPs can accelerate the data center
  • April 16, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

A new webinar, now available on demand, offers cloud service providers an overview of new IDC research, outlines roadblocks, and offers guidelines for future success.

AI training vs. AI inference
Tech Explainer: What’s the difference between AI training and AI inference?
  • April 16, 2024
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

AI training and inference may be two sides of the same coin, but their compute needs can be quite different. 

Best practices for scaling the CSP data center
10 best practices for scaling the CSP data center — Part 1
  • March 8, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

Cloud service providers, here are best practices—courtesy of Supermicro—to help you design and deploy rack-scale data centers. 

Best practices for scaling the CSP data center
10 best practices for scaling the CSP data center — Part 2
  • March 8, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

Cloud service providers, here are more best practices—courtesy of Supermicro—that you can follow for designing and deploying rack-scale data centers. 

Data-center services
Data-center service providers: ready for transformation?
  • March 8, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

An IDC researcher argues that providers of data-center hosting services face new customer demands that require them to create new infrastructure stacks. Key elements will include rack-scale integration, accelerators and new CPU cores. 

MWC Barcelona 2024
At MWC, Supermicro intros edge server, AMD demos tech advances
  • March 5, 2024
  • Author: Peter Krass

Learn what Supermicro and AMD showed at the big mobile world conference in Barcelona. 

Supermicro H13 JumpStart program
Supermicro Adds AI-Focused Systems to H13 JumpStart Program
  • February 28, 2024
  • Author: KJ Jacoby

Supermicro is now letting you validate, test and benchmark AI workloads on its AMD-based H13 systems right from your browser. 

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.

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