Supermicro Delivers 2nd-Gen NVIDIA OVX Computing System

System built for 3D collaboration, Metaverse and digital twin simulation.

System built for 3D collaboration, Metaverse and digital twin simulation.

These new NVIDIA OVX systems from Supermicro will support up to eight NVIDIA L40 GPUs, ConnectX-7 SmartNICs, and current and future Intel and AMD processors. Image courtesy of Supermicro.


Supermicro, an innovator in the accelerated compute infrastructure space, offers second-generation NVIDIA OVX systems. Customers can deploy Supermicro servers for graphics and simulation foundation for building and operating Metaverse applications at scale. These new systems will support up to eight NVIDIA L40 GPUs, ConnectX-7 SmartNICs, and current and future Intel and AMD processors.

“Supermicro OVX servers are computing systems purpose-built for creating and operating NVIDIA Omniverse applications at data center scale. This second-generation Supermicro OVX server is optimized to power the creation and operation of immersive, photorealistic 3D models, simulations, and digital twins,” says Kevin Connors, vice president, NVIDIA Worldwide OEM Accounts.

2nd-Gen NVIDIA OVX Reference Design Systems

  • New purpose-built next-gen system optimized to power immersive, photorealistic 3D models, simulations and digital twins
  • GPU: 8x NVIDIA L40
  • GPU Featureset: NVIDIA Ada Lovelace architecture with fastest 3rd-generation ray tracing graphics (RT Cores) and 4th generation Tensor Cores
  • CPU: Dual Processor
  • Memory: ECC DDR5 up to 4800MT/s
  • Network: 3x ConnectX-7 SmartNICs for 100G/200G/400G networking

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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