Posts Tagged ‘Supermicro’
The motherboard has 6 NICs including bypass mode, a 7-year service life and an embedded Xeon E3-1125C processor
The Supermicro A1SAM-2750F is the first Intel Avoton C2750 solution we have seen in a mATX form factor. Supermicro gives us a great, low power processor with its four Intel i354 NICs, IPMI management, full size DIMM slots and t...
The standout feature of the Supermicro X9DRH-IF-NV is the ability to support NVDIMM technology enabling higher performance and greater reliability.
The Supermicro X10SBA platform packs many of features into a compact, low power fan-less package.
Supermicro released a monster 112 node 6U server today at CeBIT. The machine gives hyper-scale density greater than HP Moonshot
Recently Supermicro released its cluster-in-a-box storage solutions which greatly cut overall rack footprint
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.