Supermicro Is Now Aggressively Supporting Intel Optane DC Persistent Memory

Global server, storage and network solutions provider, Supermicro, is now aggressively supporting Intel Optane DC persistent memory – which according to Supermicro is a game-changing new memory tier delivered on the next-generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors. Supermicro’s entire X11 portfolio is now optimized to fully leverage the ‘next-generation’ Intel Xeon Scalable processors including Intel Optane DC persistent memory and Intel Deep Learning Boost technology.

Businesses would be able to process data faster and extract more value from their large data sets by having them closer to the processor. “Ideal” for large data-intensive workloads, Intel Optane DC persistent memory would combine affordability, large capacity and native persistence to drive application innovation and explore new data-intensive use cases.

Supermicro has an ‘Early Shipment Program’ for its server and storage systems available allowing customers to adopt these Intel Xeon Scalable processors which are expected to be officially released later this year.

To get Supermicro Early Shipment Program access for early shipment of these server and storage systems, one can visit:

Supermicro X11 Systems

Many Supermicro X11 systems also feature Supermicro’s ‘Resource-Saving’ architecture that disaggregates the CPU and memory as well as other subsystems, so each resource can be refreshed independently allowing data centers “to reduce refresh cycle costs and their impact to the environment.”

Supermicro’s new Petascale line of all-flash NVMe 1U storage servers would support ‘next-generation’ flash technology with high storage bandwidth, and the highest IOPS performance, as well as NVMe over Fabrics support and “ease of maintenance.” With these 1U systems supporting up to 1PB of fast low-latency storage with 32 front hot-swap U.2, Intel Ruler, EDSFF and NF1 form factor SSDs, Supermicro would offer flexibility and choice for high-capacity networked storage applications that require the best latency performance.