Video: Supermicro Steps up with High Density NVMe Storage Server

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In this video from the GPU Technology Conference, Les Lorenzo from Supermicro describes the company’s new High Density NVMe Storage Server

“Supermicro’s latest storage server platform supporting the Next Generation Small Form Factor (NGSFF) media offers a new approach to enterprise all-flash storage applications, by providing all of the benefits of cost optimized M.2 flash drives with an increase in capacity and density and adding the hot-swap capabilities required for enterprise-class applications.”

The SSG-1029P-NMR36 storage server offers the following advantages:

  • Performance. The SSG-1029P-NMR36 server system has the compute power to deliver time-to-value benefit to any application. With dual CPU sockets and 24 DIMM slots, the server offers balanced I/O capabilities supporting up to 400Gb of aggregated network I/O bandwidth when dual Intel Xeon Scalable processors with integrated Intel Omni-Path Architecture (Intel OPA) are installed.
  • Storage Density. Not only does NGSFF flash media offer exceptional NVMe performance but the incredibly thin NGSFF modules enable ultradense installations allowing for much greater storage density compared to existing 2.5” and 3.5” storage media. With (36) 16 Tbyte SSDs, the device offers a whopping 576 TBytes of storage capacity.

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