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Supermicro Enhances SuperWorkstations for Desktop HPC

Supermicro SYS-5049A-T workstation

Today Supermicro Computer launched a new server-grade high-end workstation to its broad portfolio of fully configurable SuperWorkstation systems. The SYS-5049A-T joins a robust range of solutions supporting dynamic computational workloads for demanding requirements found in scientific research, deep learning (DL), artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), and 3-D modeling with real-time simulation.

The Supermicro SYS-5049A-T leverages 2nd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors yielding significant performance improvements of 35% over previous system platforms in addition to built-in AI acceleration from Intel DL Boost, and up to 28 cores,” said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. “The SYS-5049A-T is highly configurable with significant memory capacity, multi-GPU and ultra-fast NVMe storage support for demanding compute-intensive applications and agility for evolving workload requirements.”

SuperWorkstation Solutions

Supermicro’s SuperWorkstations are optimized for applications requiring powerful computational or graphics capabilities including rendering, image processing, and engineering tasks.

With nearly 20 individual SuperWorkstations, systems have either single- or dual-processor platforms, robust memory capacity – up to 4 DDR4-2933MHz memory in 12 DIMM slots, 7 PCI-E 3.0 slots for GPU/Coprocessor, dual Gigabit Ethernet LAN port, and single 10 Gigabit LAN port. The SuperWorkstation systems also include 7.1 HD audio, up to 8 USB ports, and 205W CPU support for applications demanding high core counts.

Supermicro SuperWorkstation systems are highly customizable and can be purpose-built for architecture engineering and construction (AEC), media and entertainment, engineering and manufacturing, product design and simulation, oil and gas, and deep learning applications.

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