Supermicro Showcases New GPU SuperServer at GTC 2016

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SYS-1028GQ-TRIn this video from the 2016 GPU Technology Conference, Jason Pai from Supermicro describes the new 1028GQ-TRT SuperServer. With support for up to four Nvidia Tesla K80 GPUs, the 1U superserver offers extreme compute density in 1U of rack space.

“Supermicro’s new SuperServer and SuperBlade platforms optimized for next generation GPU technology offer the most flexible architecture for the future of extreme parallel computing,” said Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. “Our proprietary cooling architecture supports up to four GPUs in 1U, maximizing compute density, performance and reliability under peak thermal operating conditions. Supermicro’s innovation and revolutionary solutions deliver the greatest range of options for next generation supercomputers, enabling new breakthroughs in the latest deep learning and artificial intelligence applications.”

From HPC to Deep Learning and Big Data Analytics, denser, more powerful GPU solutions have become a necessity in order to service the next generation of GPU-accelerated applications. At GTC, Supermicro demonstrated how these applications have progressed, and how its GPU solutions are influencing this evolution. Supermicro’s unique Green Computing architecture features redundant high-efficiency power supplies and airflow optimized cooling architecture to maximize thermal operating conditions and increase energy efficiency and reliability. With Supermicro GPU-accelerated computing solutions, engineering, scientific and research fields can scale out compute clusters that accelerate their most demanding workloads and achieve fastest time to results with maximum performance per watt, per square foot, per dollar.

The 1028GQ-TRT SuperServer is able to support 4x Nvidia Tesla GPU accelerators thanks to Supermicro’s innovative “non GPU-preheat” architecture, dual Intel Xeon processor E5-2600 v4, up to 2TB DDR4 2400MHz ECC DIMMs, 2 hot-swap and 2 fixed 2.5” drive bays, and redundant 2000W Titanium Level high-efficiency (96%) power supplies.

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