Supermicro Announces SuperBlade, Twin and Ultra Server Product Families Featuring 3rd Generation AMD EPYC(TM) Processors with AMD 3D V-Cache(TM) Technology

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Supermicro Announces SuperBlade, Twin and Ultra Server Product Families Featuring 3rd Generation AMD EPYC(TM) Processors with AMD 3D V-Cache(TM) Technology
Achieves a breakthrough performance improvement of up to 66% and provides the latest security features

SAN JOSE, Calif., March 23, 2022 Super Micro Computer, Inc. (Nasdaq: SMCI) is a global leader in high-performance computing, storage, networking and green computing technologies. The company has announced that its advanced server series has been significantly upgraded with a 3rd generation AMD EPYC(TM) processor featuring AMD 3D V-Cache(TM) technology. AMD 3D V-Cache(TM) is a high-density, performance-optimized, eco-friendly SuperBlade(R), TwinPro(R) optimized for multiple nodes, and Ultra optimized for two processors. processor with, you can get significant performance improvements in technical computing applications.

Vik Malyala, President for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Senior Vice President of Solutions and Business at Supermicro, said, “Supermicro’s servers, powered by new AMD processors, enable manufacturing customers to use the latest CAE applications to perform more accurate simulations to design better optimized products.Our high-performance server platform uses a new 3rd Generation AMD EPYC(TM) processor with AMD 3D V-Cache to solve the most complex problems encountered by engineers and researchers. I will solve it. “

AMD 3D V-Cache technology is based on the innovative AMD 3D Chiplet Architecture and is designed as the world’s highest performance x86 server processor for technical computing. The increased L3 cache to 768MB allows technical computing applications to hold more data closer to the processor, resulting in faster results. Each core can process more data than its predecessor, reducing total cost of ownership (TCO) and licensing costs. Servers using AMD EPYC 7003 processors with AMD 3D V-Cache technology can reduce the number of servers required for a particular workload, thereby reducing data center power consumption and management effort. Additionally, AMD EPYC 7003 processors with AMD 3D V-Cache come with the latest security features, AMD Infinity Guard, to reduce the risk of potential attacks in critical data processing, software launch and execution .

Ram Peddibhotla, Vice President of Product Management at AMD EPYC, said, “AMD is designing a new 3rd Generation AMD EPYC processor with AMD 3D V-Cache technology to improve the performance of mission-critical computing workloads, improve the energy efficiency, lower total cost of ownership, etc. With state-of-the-art architecture, performance and security features, the 3rd Gen AMD EPYC processor with AMD 3D V-Cache technology ensures that you’re in it for complex simulations and rapid product development. It’ll be a powerful choice for.”

SuperBlade has set consecutive world records in the SPECjbb 2015-Distributed Critical-jOPS and Max-jOPS benchmarks. The AMD EPYC 7003 processor with AMD 3D V-Cache improves performance by up to 17% over the AMD EPYC 7003 processor without the technology. This is also very useful for performance-critical enterprise workloads. Based on AMD testing, the technical application workload of the AMD EPYC 7003 processor with AMD 3D V-Cache technology improves performance by up to 66%* compared to 3rd Generation EPYC processors that do not use the cache retention.

AMD EPYC 7003 processor and Supermicro SuperBlade with AMD 3D V-Cache have up to 20 processors in an 8U chassis with a network switch inside the chassis. The shared cooling and power system within the case can reduce power consumption even when using the highest performing AMD EPYC(TM) family of processors. The maximum memory capacity is 40TB of memory per 8U chassis.

Supermicro’s Twin System is an industry-leading multi-node platform with up to four servers in a compact 2U rackmount enclosure. The Supermicro TwinPro system offers flexible storage and networking options, and shares cooling and power systems to achieve higher densities and lower power consumption. The Supermicro FatTwin(R) Series is a multi-node server designed for high-density environments with multiple individual servers, high-capacity storage, and interconnects in a single chassis.

The Supermicro Ultra Rack Mount Server is a traditional 1U or 2U high-performance dual-processor server with a wide range of CPU and I/O options, large memory capacities, and new AMD 3D V-Cache technology. Available with AMD EPYC 7003 processor.

About Supermicro (Super Micro Computer, Inc.)

Supermicro (NASDAQ: SMCI) is a global leader in application-optimized hardware and complete computing solutions. Founded and headquartered in San Jose, CA, Supermicro is a leading innovator in the IT infrastructure market, including enterprise, cloud, AI, HPC, and IoT/Edge. As a complete IT solution provider that provides servers, AI, storage, IoT, network switches, software and services, we constantly focus on transforming our products, including various types of motherboards, chassis and power supplies. Designed, manufactured and supplied by. Our products are designed and manufactured in the USA, Taiwan and the Netherlands, leveraging global operations for production scale and efficiency, optimal for green computing with improved TCO and environmental impact reduced. Our unique, award-winning Server Building Block Solutions(R) offer a variety of form factors, processors, memories, GPUs and other accelerators, storage, networking, power supplies, and cooling methods (cooling by air and liquid cooling). it is possible to build the optimal configuration for the customer and realize the optimization of the application and the workload.

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* MLNX-021B: 2x 64C EPYC 7773X in AMD internal testing as of 02/14/2022 compared to 2x 64C EPYC 7763 using the cumulative average of maximum test results for the following benchmark tests: ANSYS (R) Fluent ( R) 2022.1 (maximum fluent-pump2 82%), ANSYS (R) CFX (R) 2022.1 (maximum cfx_10 61%), Altair (R) Radioss (R) 2021.2 (maximum rad-neon 56%) Additionally, the 1x 16C EPYC 7373X vs Synopsys VCS 2020 (max AMD graphics score 66%) 1x 16C EPYC 75F3. Results may vary.


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