Super Micro Computer, a provider of enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions, and green computing technology, continues to expand its server capabilities. The 2U Ultra-E short-depth is the latest update to Supermicro’s growing NEBS (Network Equipment Building System) Level 3-certified server lineup.
To power edge micro data centers
According to the announcement, the deployment and operation of the 2U Ultra-E short-depth in telecom and other edge applications provides industry-standard and open server computational power to data centers. Supermicro aims to change the telecommunications industry with Supermicro’s Ultra product line.
Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro, said,
“Increasingly, edge infrastructure is demanding the computational power found in Supermicro’s industry-standard server technologies. Our Ultra SuperServer is ideal for edge applications, and the short-depth 2U Ultra-E delivers enhanced features, including GPU and FPGA support, with faster performance and is optimized for a wide variety of workloads in 5G and telecommunications applications with lower power requirements, and now NEBS certification.”
The 2U Ultra-E server targets edge micro data centers and is fueled by dual 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors with up to 205-watt TDP. Ultra-E NEBS Level 3 versions will support either AC or DC power supplies. This system is designed to provide flexibility and multiple configuration options to customers with additional choices for modernizing their data centers and edge infrastructure.
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