Supermicro Delivers Application-Optimized Servers for Intel Xeon Processor 5600/3600 Series

More than 70 server, workstation and blade Systems, plus 55 server boards available.

More than 70 server, workstation and blade Systems, plus 55 server boards available.

By DE Editors

Super Micro Computer, Inc. has launched a selection of server, workstation, and blade products to support the new generation Intel Xeon Processor 5600/3600 Series (formerly codenamed Westmere). 

According to the company, the products boost performance 60%  compared to the previous generation of Nehalem solutions.  The products feature high-efficiency power supplies and tuned cooling subsystems and server board designs.

“With Supermicro’s innovative architecture and resource sharing, our comprehensive selection of products optimized for the new generation six-core Xeon processors deliver not only the best performance-per-watt but also performance-per-dollar while offering the highest densities in the industry,” said Charles Liang, CEO and president of Supermicro. 

Supermicro’s TwinBlade, based on the SBI-7226T-T2 blade,  supports up to 20 dual-socket server blades per 7U enclosure.

Supermicro’s new server and workstation system and motherboard platforms support the six-core Intel Xeon Processor 5600/3600 Series, including the highest performance 130-watt SKUs. The products support both standard 1.5V DDR3 memory modules and low-voltage 1.35V modules.

Supermicro Platinum-level power supplies with PM-Bus come standard on most of the new systems.  In addition, Supermicro provides a Universal I/O (UIO) interface that allows customers to choose from a host of I/O cards,  including SAS 2.0, 10 Gb Ethernet, Fiber Channel, and QDR/DDR InfiniBand subsystems.

Supermicro’s server boards offer onboard IPMI 2.0 with media and KVM-over-LAN support as well as 10Gb Ethernet, 40Gb/s QDR, and DDR onboard InfiniBand versions for many of its server boards, such as the X8DTT series for its multi-node 1U Twin, 2U Twin, and 2U Twin2 servers.

For more information, visit Supermicro.

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

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