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August 25, 2014
Supermicro, a provider in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology, will debut its new Ultra Series high memory capacity servers at VMworld 2014 in San Francisco this week. The servers are NVMe enabled and have 24x DIMM memory. The company is also featuring its 6x HDD/SSD SuperBlade solutions and the 2U TwinPro EVO: RAIL hyper-converged infrastructure appliance.
The EVO: RAIL is designed to accelerate deployment and optimize performance of virtualized environments, the company states. It features redundant hot-swap titanium level, high-efficiency digital power supplies in a 4-node dual processor server appliance. It supports up to 100 general purpose server virtual machines, 250 virtual desktop machines as well as next generation processor and advanced I/O technologies.
“Supermicro Green Computing solutions deliver the performance, efficiency and reliability needed in highly dynamic, virtualized environments,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. “From higher memory capacity and flexible expansion in our Ultra Series to maximized compute and storage density in our TwinPro, FatTwin SuperServer and SuperBlade product lines, Supermicro offers the most versatile platforms for building sophisticated hyper-converged solutions. With our new EVO: RAIL appliance, customers have the advantage of Supermicro’s architecture and service advantages combined with VMware’s virtualization expertise to significantly accelerate deployment of virtual machines and increase their overall productivity and performance per watt, per dollar, per square foot.”
For more information, visit Supermicro.
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.