Posts Tagged ‘Supermicro’
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.
Our Supermicro A1SAI-2550F review. This is one of the first motherboards using the Intel Atom C2550 quad core Avoton processor
Our Supermicro A1SRi-2758F review. Hello Rangeley and what may be one of the hottest x86 network appliance platforms around.
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.
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.
The Intel Atom C2750 is a completely revolutionary jump in Intel Atom performance that now can handle significant workloads with very low power consupmtion
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
Supermicro announces support for Intel Xeon E5-2600 V2 and E5-1600 V2 Ivy Bridge-EP and Ivy Bridge-E processors along with Intel Atom C2000 and 12gbps SAS
A lead on two inexpensive pre-owned 24-bay 4U storage server deals that are selling at significant discounts to their component costs
Bottom line, the Supermicro X9DRH-7TF is a package that includes top of the line components at what amounts to a 53% discount over buying them separately. If this fits into your overall IT architecture it makes an extremely str...