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Primeur weekly 2018-01-15

Focus

Atos to validate quantum algorithm functionality with the Quantum Learning Machine ...

Crowd computing

Buckeye Pi: the most powerful student-built supercomputer made from Raspberry Pis ...

Quantum computing

Intel advances quantum and neuromorphic computing research ...

Developing a secure, un-hackable net ...

Focus on Europe

European Commission proposes to invest 1 billion euro in world-class European supercomputers ...

European High-Perfomance Computing Joint Undertaking - EuroHPC JU - in operation by 2019 ...

Supercomputers will revolutionise machine learning, says European Commisioner Carlos Moedas ...

If EuroHPC is not a success, Europe is risking outsourcing its innovative capacity to third countries, says EC Commissioner Mariya Gabriel ...

Seat of EuroHPC JU will be in Luxembourg ...

PRACE Summer of HPC 2018 opens applications ...

BSC to collaborate in the creation of the Advanced Supercomputing Center at the University of Minho ...

HiPEAC18 provides the expertise needed to advance computing in the face of crisis ...

European Commission issues synopsis report and contributions to the EuroHPC targeted consultation ...

The supercomputer applications considered crucial for Europe ...

Middleware

Software-defined networking: The key to a scalable, manageable, and adaptable Internet ...

Hardware

Asperitas opens data centre pop-up showcase location in French TIER IV data centre ...

Supermicro introduces revolutionary resource saving server solutions ...

Supermicro unveils new all-flash 1U server that delivers 300% better storage density with Samsung's next generation small form factor (NGSFF) storage ...

AMD redefines high-performance computing with new processor and graphics products preview at CES 2018 ...

Micron and Intel announce update to NAND memory joint development programme ...

Making the Internet of Things possible with a new breed of 'memristors' ...

Applications

Volkswagen and NVIDIA to infuse AI into future vehicle line-up ...

NVIDIA, ZF and Baidu launch industry's first AI autonomous vehicle computer for China ...

NVIDIA and Aurora collaborate to build next-generation autonomous vehicle compute platform ...

Uber selects NVIDIA technology to power its self-driving fleets ...

NVIDIA announces world's first functionally safe AI self-driving platform ...

Supercomputer power enables advanced simulations of relativistic jets' behaviour in black holes ...

Mapping pixels with UCT eResearch ...

UC San Diego and Japan's AIST sign bilateral Memorandum of Understanding ...

Bio-based compound offers a greener carbon fiber alternative ...

ORNL researchers use Titan to accelerate design and training of deep learning networks ...

Lobachevsky University scientists have created a device for remote diagnosis of heart condition ...

Blue Brain Nexus: An open-source knowledge graph for data-driven science ...

Supermicro unveils new all-flash 1U server that delivers 300% better storage density with Samsung's next generation small form factor (NGSFF) storage


8 Jan 2018 Las Vegas - Super Micro Computer Inc. has unveiled a new all-flash NVMe - Non-Volatile Memory Express - 1U SuperServer that accommodates up to 36 hot-swap Samsung NGSFF NVMe SSDs.

With 36 hot-swap Samsung NGSFF NVMe drives in a 1U system, Supermicro's new solution will provide all-NVMe capacity at petabyte scale. The server currently supports 288TB per system and will support over half a petabyte per system later this year. NVMe technology was developed to provide the lowest latency and offer faster CPU-to-data storage performance for advanced computing. Optimized for the new Samsung NGSFF SSDs, the new Supermicro system delivers 300% better storage density compared to previously available all-flash storage servers that support standard (U.2) SSDs.

"As a market leader in state-of-the-art server architectures, Supermicro recognizes the importance of new protocols such as NVMe and RDMA over Fabric that effectively leverage the outstanding performance characteristics of flash to replace legacy storage form factors and architectures", stated Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "With our adoption of NVMe and NGSFF, Supermicro continues to demonstrate market leadership by delivering the best performance and density in the market place with these advanced 'future proof' solutions."

"We have been working closely with Supermicro to refine our new NGSFF NVMe SSD solution for 288TB to 576TB per system, so data centre decision-makers can see that our NGSFF SSD provides the best performance package for all-flash NVMe enterprise storage in 1U systems", stated Jim Elliott, Corporate Senior Vice President of Memory Sales and Marketing, Samsung Semiconductor Inc. "Samsung's technology leadership will continue to drive new applications as we accelerate growth of the NVMe SSD market, where together with Supermicro, we are delivering unparalleled density and performance advantages for IOPS-intensive applications."

Supermicro's new all-flash 36 drive NVMe 1U system features dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors, 24 DIMM slots and comes standard with redundant hot-swap cooling fans, power supplies, and hot-swap drive trays for increased serviceability and availability. For accessibility, the solution supports remote system on/off and system management, as well as remote power cycling for each drive.

This innovative high-end all-flash 1U system is the newest addition to Supermicro's extensive portfolio of industry leading storage servers and JBOD product lines. With 1U, 2U, 3U and 4U offerings that include all-flash NVMe, Simply Double, double-sided and top-loading options with SAS3 RAID or HBA controllers, Supermicro provides the industry’s broadest selection of storage products to meet today's stringent customer requirements.

The new Supermicro 1U system, with Samsung NGSFF SSDs, was featured at a private Samsung customer showing of leading-edge technologies in Las Vegas, January 9-11, to coincide with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2018.
Source: Super Micro Computer

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2018-01-15

Focus

Atos to validate quantum algorithm functionality with the Quantum Learning Machine ...

Crowd computing

Buckeye Pi: the most powerful student-built supercomputer made from Raspberry Pis ...

Quantum computing

Intel advances quantum and neuromorphic computing research ...

Developing a secure, un-hackable net ...

Focus on Europe

European Commission proposes to invest 1 billion euro in world-class European supercomputers ...

European High-Perfomance Computing Joint Undertaking - EuroHPC JU - in operation by 2019 ...

Supercomputers will revolutionise machine learning, says European Commisioner Carlos Moedas ...

If EuroHPC is not a success, Europe is risking outsourcing its innovative capacity to third countries, says EC Commissioner Mariya Gabriel ...

Seat of EuroHPC JU will be in Luxembourg ...

PRACE Summer of HPC 2018 opens applications ...

BSC to collaborate in the creation of the Advanced Supercomputing Center at the University of Minho ...

HiPEAC18 provides the expertise needed to advance computing in the face of crisis ...

European Commission issues synopsis report and contributions to the EuroHPC targeted consultation ...

The supercomputer applications considered crucial for Europe ...

Middleware

Software-defined networking: The key to a scalable, manageable, and adaptable Internet ...

Hardware

Asperitas opens data centre pop-up showcase location in French TIER IV data centre ...

Supermicro introduces revolutionary resource saving server solutions ...

Supermicro unveils new all-flash 1U server that delivers 300% better storage density with Samsung's next generation small form factor (NGSFF) storage ...

AMD redefines high-performance computing with new processor and graphics products preview at CES 2018 ...

Micron and Intel announce update to NAND memory joint development programme ...

Making the Internet of Things possible with a new breed of 'memristors' ...

Applications

Volkswagen and NVIDIA to infuse AI into future vehicle line-up ...

NVIDIA, ZF and Baidu launch industry's first AI autonomous vehicle computer for China ...

NVIDIA and Aurora collaborate to build next-generation autonomous vehicle compute platform ...

Uber selects NVIDIA technology to power its self-driving fleets ...

NVIDIA announces world's first functionally safe AI self-driving platform ...

Supercomputer power enables advanced simulations of relativistic jets' behaviour in black holes ...

Mapping pixels with UCT eResearch ...

UC San Diego and Japan's AIST sign bilateral Memorandum of Understanding ...

Bio-based compound offers a greener carbon fiber alternative ...

ORNL researchers use Titan to accelerate design and training of deep learning networks ...

Lobachevsky University scientists have created a device for remote diagnosis of heart condition ...

Blue Brain Nexus: An open-source knowledge graph for data-driven science ...