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SUPERMICRO updates All-Flash lineup of NVMe storage servers and introduces the newest EDSFF systems

June 26, 2019

SUPERMICRO

SUPERMICRO updates All-Flash lineup of NVMe storage servers and introduces the newest EDSFF systems

Supermicro’s industry-leading All-Flash lineup of NVMe servers and storage just got a whole lot Better with the introduction of new EDSFF systems. Where NVMe set the new standard in Faster storage performance, EDSFF is the next generation NVMe form factor focusing on density and efficiency. Requiring less power and cooling, Greener EDSFF systems provide higher density while providing benefits to your datacenter as well as the environment.

Better.

Faster.

Greener.

  • Ultimate choice across an extensive NVMe portfolio designed to specifically optimize all-flash SSD storage
  • New EDSFF systems enhance NVMe performance by adding higher density and thermal efficiency
  • New 1U Petascale systems maximize IOPS/Watt offering up to 1 PB in 1U density
  • NVMe takes all-flash to the next level with up to 6x gains in throughput and up to 7x reduction in latency
  • New BigTwin™ with 10 E1.S drives per node maximizes EDSFF IOPS/GB performance with 4 nodes in 2U
  • Affordable capacity-optimized systems enable NVMe/EDSFF performance in all tiers of storage
  • No HBAs means lower costs, fewer components, higher reliability and less e-waste
  • The industry-leading multi-node efficiency of BigTwin™ is newly enhanced with the thermal efficiency of EDSFF
  • Up to 55% reduction in airflow required for E1.L vs. U.2 drives reduces power and cooling costs

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