Lowest TCO alongside the highest performance-per-watt
FatTwin's efficiency represents a revolution in green computing. The FatTwin improves its
cost-efficiency and reliability through the use of shared components; whilst it's flexibility in
configuration and ease of maintenance is dependant on its modular architecture.
Capable of remarkable performance , the TwinPro can be configured optimally for throughput, networking,
I/O, memory, processing capabilities, efficiency advantages, HPC and cloud computing environments.
Optimal performance and reliability through the use of thermal designs in multiple GPU configurations;
lowest latenecy coupled with the best efficiency through advanced GPU interconnect configurations; the
GPU servers utilise leading architectures from NVIDIA.
Utilising a dual processor design for optimised performance, the ultra servers support the highest CPU
TDP's. NVMe, hybrid storage and low latency optimisations, vast networking and expansion possibilities,
all come featured in the ultra servers.
Highly scalable & affordable, a SuperBlade offers maximum density, reduces management costs, and
SUPERMICRO's resource-saving architecure continues to lead the market in green IT innovations; we are
pleased to provide clients with an opportunity for TCO savings.
In an attempt to maximise our impact; the new design works to optimise data centre power, cooling,
shared resources and refresh cycles. This approach aims to reuse system enclosures, enabling the modular
refresh of subsystems and utilising optimised subsystems; including networking, storage, cooling, fans
and power supplies. Disaggregating of the CPU allows for each component to be refreshed independantly
which will reduce the refresh cycle cost of the CPU's. The implementation of this model in a datacentre
has several positives outcomes:
Furthering their contribution to green IT innovations; Supermicro challenge enterprises to reconsider the
traditional costs of data centres and use a new metric - their total cost to the environment. Encouraging
IT leaders to implement resource saving technologies to drastically cut down on electricity consumption
and e-waste produced by their data centres to assist them in achieving specific goals by 2025. Supermicro
has partnered with Intel and NASA to acheive this goal; they also assist studies concerning environment
damage and wish to further assist by reducing their contribution to the existing problem.
Resource-Saving Architecture @ Fortune 100 Datacenter.
Taking the We Keep IT Green® mission to the next level, Supermicro’s disaggregated resource-saving systems
are already deployed in volume at multiple Fortune 100 datacenters.
A particular Fortune 100 company has deployed over 50,000 MicroBlade™ disaggregated Intel® Xeon® processor
based servers at its Silicon Valley data center. This is one of the world’s most energy efficient data
centers with a Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) of 1.06, to support its growing compute needs.
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