July 30, 2013
SAN JOSE, Calif., July 30 -- Super Micro Computer, Inc., a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, will exhibit its range of high-performance enterprise-class supercomputing solutions at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference Japan 2013 (GTC Japan 2013) this week. This wide range of GPU-accelerated computing solutions includes the 12x GPU 4U, 4-node FatTwin, rackmount SuperServers including the new 1U 3x GPU SYS-1027GR-TRT2+ featuring 512GB of memory in 16x DIMM slots, ultra high-density GPU SuperBlade solutions delivering up to 256 TFLOPS in 42U and entry-level to high-end SuperWorkstations supporting up to 5x GPUs. This expanding line of high-performance GPU platforms covers the widest range applications from supercomputing clusters for compute-intensive scientific and engineering based modeling and simulation to scalable solutions for enterprise virtualization and 3D CG production.
"Supermicro's expanding line of GPU blade, server and workstation solutions is unrivaled in the marketplace and focus is placed on maximizing performance per watt, per dollar, per square foot for any application," said Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "We cover the widest range of performance requirements with single or multi GPU workstations and servers, twelve GPU FatTwin, and now support for up to thirty NVIDIA Tesla K20X GPU accelerators and twenty CPUs in our new 7U GPU SuperBlade. Close engineering collaboration with NVIDIA ensures our customers are enabled with the latest technologies and most optimized platforms for enterprise-class GPU computing."
"These systems will provide customers with increased levels of performance and compute density to drive a new class of compute-intensive enterprise data center and HPC workloads," said Sumit Gupta, General Manager of the Tesla Accelerated Computing Business Unit at NVIDIA. "Delivering ever higher levels of efficient performance will be critical to meeting the demand for the growing universe of GPU-accelerated engineering, scientific and HPC applications."
Supermicro has the industry's broadest line of high-performance, application-optimized GPU server solutions that support the NVIDIA Kepler architecture-based Tesla K10, K20 and K20X GPU accelerators, and NVIDIA GRID K1, K2 GPUs, as well as SuperWorkstations supporting NVIDIA Quadro graphics processors, including the new K6000.
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Supermicro will exhibit its latest high-performance GPU solutions at the NVIDIA GPU Technology Conference Japan 2013 this week. For more information on Supermicro's complete line of high performance GPU server solutions, visit www.supermicro.com/GPU.
About Super Micro Computer, Inc.
Supermicro, the leading innovator in high-performance, high-efficiency server technology is a premier provider of advanced server Building Block Solutions for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT, Hadoop/Big Data, HPC and Embedded Systems worldwide. Supermicro is committed to protecting the environment through its "We Keep IT Green" initiative and provides customers with the most energy-efficient, environmentally-friendly solutions available on the market.
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