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Global server, storage and networking solutions provider, Supermicro, has launched its first family of new H12 generation A+ Servers – optimized to deliver “a new level of integration and great performance” for modern data centers with AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors.

Ismail Sayeeduddin
“Supermicro’s H12 A+ servers are available in multiple optimized configurations and storage densities to address customer requirements,” said Ismail Sayeeduddin, Corporate Vice President, Sales and Business Operations, Supermicro.

Supermicro’s new H12 A+ servers with the 2nd Gen AMD EPYC processors are expected to deliver “up to two times” the performance with double the core count compared to 1st Gen AMD EPYC processor-based systems. With these new A+ Servers, customers can also expect improved GPU accelerator performance as well as up to four times the peak FLOPS per socket.

“Supermicro’s industry-leading H12 A+ servers leveraging AMD’s EPYC 7002 series processors provide an ideal combination of features for modern data centers including robust virtualization performance, up to 64 high-performance cores per socket, a maximum of 128 threads per socket, and onboard disk controllers to mitigate memory access bottlenecks,” said Ismail Sayeeduddin, Corporate Vice President, Sales and Business Operations, Supermicro. “Supermicro’s H12 A+ servers are available in multiple optimized configurations and storage densities to address customer requirements.”

These new Supermicro A+ Servers would also offer increased data center agility and responsiveness with a comprehensive and balanced feature set of I/O, memory, and security capabilities. As the first generation of systems with PCI-E 4.0 support, these A+ Servers feature a large memory footprint of up to four terabytes (4TB) per socket running fast DDR4 memory up to 3200MHz.

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Supermicro AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processor-based Systems
Supermicro Now Offering AMD EPYC(tm) 7002 Series Processor-based Systems

AMD EPYC Servers

Supermicro offers a portfolio of AMD EPYC based server systems and Server Building Block Solutions. From single-socket mainstream and WIO servers to high-end Ultra server systems and multi-node systems, including BigTwin and TwinPro, Supermicro would enable customers to build application-optimized solutions with a multitude of configuration possibilities.

“We’re excited and thankful to have our partners supporting the launch of AMD EPYC 7002 Series Processors,” said Scott Aylor, corporate vice president and general manager, Datacenter Solutions Group, AMD. “Their EPYC based solutions are poised to deliver a new standard for modern datacenter customers. With twice the cores, breakthrough performance and embedded security features, all delivered by a leadership architecture, customers can transform their datacenter operations at the pace of their business.”

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