Supermicro Announces NVIDIA H100 GPU Systems

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SAN JOSESept. 20, 2022 — Super Micro Computer, Inc. (SMCI), a enterprise computing, GPUs, storage, networking solutions and green computing technology company, announced 20 NVIDIA-certified systems options with NVIDIA H100 PCI-E and NVIDIA H100 SXM GPUs, which NVIDIA has said will ship next month.

Supermicro systems certified with the NVIDIA H100 PCIe GPUs include NVIDIA AI Enterprise, an end-to-end cloud-native suite of AI and data analytics software optimized to enable organizations to use AI. Supermicro systems with NVIDIA AI Enterprise combined with NVIDIA H100 GPUs simplify the building of AI-ready platforms, accelerate AI development and deployment, and deliver performance, security, and scalability to gather insights faster and achieve business value sooner.

“Today, Supermicro introduced GPU-based servers with the new NVIDIA H100,” said Charles Liang, president, and CEO of Supermicro. “We continue to offer the most comprehensive portfolio in the industry today and can deliver these systems in a range of sizes, including 8U, 5U, 4U, 2U, and 1U options. We also offer the latest GPU in our SuperBlades, workstations, and the Universal GPU systems. Customers can expect up to 30x performance gains for AI inferencing compared to previous GPU generations of accelerators for certain AI applications. Our GPU servers’ innovative airflow designs result in reduced fan speeds, less power consumption, lower noise levels, and a lower total cost of ownership.”

Supermicro will also certify select current generation systems with the NVIDIA H100 GPUs. Some of the current systems now available are the Supermicro GPU servers SYS-420GP-TNR, SYS-420GP-TNR2, and the SYS-740GP-TNRT Supermicro workstation. By certifying current shipping workstations with NVIDIA H100 GPUs, customers can take advantage of the new GPU performance gains with the existing CPU options. In addition, next-generation Supermicro systems with NVIDIA H100 GPUs onboard have begun shipping as part of an early access program.

“NVIDIA H100 delivers the next giant leap in our accelerated computing platform,” said Kevin Connors, vice president of NVIDIA Worldwide OEM Accounts. “Supermicro’s broad range of servers, powered by NVIDIA H100, can accelerate workloads at every scale, helping enterprises achieve faster time to market by providing dramatic performance gains while lowering costs.”

Supermicro supports open standards and adheres to open power specifications, providing customers with faster delivery and installation, resulting in faster time to productivity. In addition, Supermicro servers such as the 8U 8-GPU also support AC and DC power in standard and OCP DC rack configurations.