Posts Tagged ‘Supermicro’
A look at the recently released Supermicro SSG-6047R-E1R72L storage server platform with 72x 3.5" drive bays and up to 4x 2.5" drive bays.
For those users looking for a solid dual AMD Opteron 4300 series motherboard, with a built-in LSI SAS2008 controller this is a strong choice.
The Supermicro H8SML-7F is a very well featured AMD socket AM3+ motherboard for Opteron 3300 series CPUs. Integrating components directly on the board significantly lowers overall system costs.
Supermicro kicked off CeBIT 2013 with its lineup of new products focusing on power efficiency and density with FatTwin and high-density storage solutions
The Supermicro SYS-5017A-EF is a next generation low cost Intel Atom platform with dual Intel gigabit NICs, dedicated IPMI and very low power consumption.
Overall, the Supermicro Hyper-Speed is a very impressive solution for those who need maximum dual socket 2U performance.
A look at the power consumption and noise impacts of higher Intel Xeon E5 clocks with the Supermicro Hyper-Speed platform.
After posting the initial memory bandwidth figures in our Supermicro Hyper-Speed tests we decided to take a deeper look. This time we did a few optimizations, including turning off all unnecessary hardware devices on the Hyper-...
The Supermicro Hyper-Speed server sent to STH for review has been featured several times recently, mostly focusing on features. For those not familiar with the Supermicro Hyper-Speed server line it allows for selected pre-confi...
The Supermicro Hyper-Speed product line is innovative in that it can speed up two Intel Xeon E5-2600 series processors. Today we are looking at the specific Supermicro Hyper-Speed BIOS settings that allow the company to speed u...