This high density VDI solution consolidates compute resources for graphic intensive workloads in the data centre, providing remote clients scalable high performance computing at the desktop with maximum security benefits, lowering overall operational expenses. In addition, Supermicro is expanding its VMware optimized server, storage and networking solutions with the most advanced Green Computing technologies including Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 processors, the world's only hot-swappable NVMe SSDs delivering up to 6x IOPS over existing SATA storage solutions and Titanium Level high-efficiency (96%+) Digital Power Supplies.
"Supermicro's new generation X10 server platforms feature PUE-3 to lower power consumption, optimized cooling advancements that support dual processor nodes up to 165W, an advanced architecture that maximizes network and expansion options, the industry's only hot-swappable NVMe SSDs and our own high-efficiency Titanium Level digital power supplies", stated Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "Combining our server and storage architecture innovations with industry leading software solutions we are delivering the most sophisticated virtualization platforms to meet the growing demands within Data Centres. With higher core counts, greater memory capacity and the highest density storage solutions on the market, we are maximizing VM density per rack to provide the highest performance per watt, per square foot, per dollar."
"Customers will benefit from exceptional graphics performance and scalability with NVIDIA GRID and Supermicro thanks to our work with VMware on vGPU technology for next generation virtualization platforms", stated Andrew Cresci, General Manger, NVIDIA GRID. "Users will have workstation-class performance and reliability with the benefit of sharing a GPU across multiple users - the ultimate shared virtualized graphics experience."