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Supermicro SYS-5019D-4C-FN8TP Review 1U Server with Networking

In our Supermicro SYS-5019D-4C-FN8TP review, we see how this 1U short-depth offering has 4x 1GbE and 4x 10GbE plus room for expansion

Supermicro Launches X12 STH Series Intel Xeon E-2300 Motherboards

Supermicro has new Intel Xeon E-2300 series servers and motherboards. We are especially excited about the X12 STH series

11 Major Changes for Servers in 2022 Video

We have a video discussing the 11 major changes for servers in 2022 (and possibly 2023) so you can start planning today

Planning for Servers in 2022 and Beyond Series

We recap some of the key pieces we have done to prepare our readers for servers in 2022 and beyond as there are huge shifts coming

Liquid Cooling Next-Gen Servers Getting Hands-on with 3 Options

We get hands-on with 3 liquid cooling technologies rear door heat exchanger, immersion, and direct to chip and get to test the benefits

Supermicro SYS-120U-TNR 1U 2P Intel Xeon Ice Lake Server Review

In our Supermicro SYS-120U-TNR review, we take apart this server to see how this 1U 2P Intel Xeon Ice Lake server compares to its competition
Graphcore IPU Machine M2000 With Heatsink

Graphcore Celebrates a Stunning Loss at MLPerf Training v1.0

We dig into the strange case where Graphcore celebrated a stunning performance and price/ performance loss to NVIDIA in MLPerf Training v1.0
Habana Labs Gaudi HLS 1 OAM System

MLPerf Training v1.0 Results Still NVIDIA Led but with 500W NVIDIA...

MLPerf Training v1.0 again is primarily a NVIDIA benchmarking exercise but we see a few other interesting results in the mix
Tesla Supermicro NVIDIA A100 Cluster June 2021

Tesla Supercomputer with NVIDIA A100 80GB and Perhaps Supermicro Shown

We get a glimpse of the Tesla supercomputer powered by NVIDIA A100 80GB GPUs behind the company's autonomous driving, and guess the servers

Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR 1U 1P Intel Xeon Server Review

The Supermicro SYS-510P-WTR balances cost optimization while still providing a fairly robust 1U single-socket Intel Xeon Ice Lake server