Posts Tagged ‘Supermicro’
9.4
Supermicro X10SBA Overview with Components

Supermicro X10SBA Review – A great low power platform

The Supermicro X10SBA platform packs many of features into a compact, low power fan-less package.


Supermicro 112 Node Microcloud Front CeBIT 2014

Supermicro Releases 112 Node 6U Server

Supermicro just released a 112 node - Intel Atom C2000 based blade server that also integrates management and networking in 6U for 18.66 nodes per U density



Supermicro SBB

Supermicro Releases Cluster-in-a-Box Storage Solutions

Supermicro releases Cluster-in-a-Box storage solutions for Windows clusters similar to EMC and NetApp 2 controller in a box designs


9.3
Supermicro A1SAM-2750F Overview

Supermicro A1SAM-2750F Review – mATX Avoton 2x PCIe slots

Our review of the Supermicro A1SAM-2750F motherboard. It is the first we have seen with two PCIe expansion slots and in a mATX form factor.



9.4
Supermicro A1SAi-2550F With Memory

Supermicro A1SAi-2550F Review – Quad Core Avoton C2550

Our Supermicro A1SAI-2550F review. This is one of the first motherboards using the Intel Atom C2550 quad core Avoton processor


9.5
Supermicro A1SRi-2758F FLIR Load

Supermicro A1SRi-2758F Review – Hello Rangeley

Our Supermicro A1SRi-2758F review. Hello Rangeley and what may be one of the hottest x86 network appliance platforms around.



8.9
Supermicro X9DRL-EF Socket Alignment

Supermicro X9DRL-EF Review

The Supermicro X9DRL-EF is a low cost dual socket LGA2011 motherboard that fits into an ATX form factor which is great for short-depth control servers.


9.4
Supermicro A1SAi-2750F Test Platform

Supermicro A1SAi-2750F Review – Intel Avoton Platform

The Supermicro A1SAi-2750F is an exciting new platform with the Intel Atom C2750 processor and a host of onboard functionality that make this an idea low end networking appliance or web server node building block.



9.6
Supermicro A1SAi-2750F no heatsink

Intel Atom C2750 – 8 Core Avoton / Rangeley Benchmarks – Fast and Low Power

The Intel Atom C2750 is a completely revolutionary jump in Intel Atom performance that now can handle significant workloads with very low power consupmtion


Intel Atom C2000 Family Avoton

Intel Avoton / Rangeley Power Consumption – Real World C2750 Samples Tested

Testing Intel Avoton / Rangeley Power Consumption in the real world using an Intel C2750 based Supermicro A1SAi-2750F test platform against Atom and Pentium platforms