Super Micro Computer, a provider of enterprise computing, storage, networking solutions, and green computing technology, showcased its advanced, greenest cloud gaming, video streaming, workstations, and server infrastructure.
New multi-node/multi-GPU platform
Supermicro has also released details on a breakthrough cloud gaming, content streaming multi-node, multi-GPU platform. The multi-node system delivers up to 10% TCO savings utilizing shared power and cooling.
Charles Liang, president and CEO, Supermicro, said,
“Supermicro supports the growing demand for higher performance workstation and desktop systems supported by the most advanced processors and energy-efficient systems to deliver ultimate performance and user experience. Our systems, including the new GPU platform, are designed to support the most challenging requirements of cloud gaming and high-end compute-intensive applications across multiple industries.”
The new 2U 2-node energy-efficient, resource-saving system is designed with up to 64 cores and 128 PCIe 4.0 lanes with three double-width PCIe 4.0 GPUs or six single-width PCIe GPUs at full speed per node. It is developed for multi-instance high-end cloud gaming and many other compute-intensive data center applications.
Equipped with Supermicro’s advanced I/O Module (AIOM) for fast and flexible networking capabilities, the system can also process massive dataflow for demanding AI/ML applications, deep learning training, and inferencing.
The multi-GPU node design and the accessibility to the GPUs lower the cost of maintenance and upgrades for demanding GPU accelerated applications such as cloud gaming that typically require sustaining high-power usage and frequent maintenance.
Supermicro server/system infrastructure
Supermicro’s portfolio includes server-quality workstation and desktop systems supporting the latest Intel Xeon Scalable processors plus multiple NVIDIA GPUs and supporting Intel’s recently announced 11th Gen Intel Core series (codenamed Tiger Lake) solutions and (codenamed Rocket Lake) motherboards.
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