Supermicro launches new Short Depth 2U Ultra Super Server

Supermicro Computer today announced that it has launched a new Short Depth 2U Ultra Super Server optimized to bring a powerful industry standard platform to 5G and communications environments.

As the telecommunications industry has increasingly adopted open standards, such as O-RAN-based solutions, operators have become increasingly interested in using commercial product (COTS) servers in their infrastructure. However, many existing IT server solutions face challenges such as data security and integrity issues, including bandwidth, congestion, lack of scalability, processing delays and compliance and privacy policy issues. Supermicro is changing the telecommunications industry with a powerful, feature-rich system that provides intelligent and seamless connectivity from the edge to the cloud by supplying industry-standard servers optimized for 5G applications.

“As more and more companies are looking to modernize their data centers and edge infrastructures with the latest industry standard server technology, systems optimized for 5G and telecommunications applications,” said Supermicro CEO Charles Liang. “Supermicro’s new Short Depth 2U Ultra Super Server offers NEBS certification and redundant DC or AC power supplies, as well as improved functionality, faster performance and more eco-friendly power efficiency.”

Supermicro’s new 2U Ultra SuperServer with Short Depth 2U rackmount form factor and high RAS (Reliability, Usability and Serviceability) features support two new 2nd Generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors with up to 205W TDP each And provides high-performance computing, storage and networking for edge micro data centers. This new 2U edge server supports up to 6TB of DDR4 memory in 24 slots and also features 8 PCI-E 3.0 expansion slots for flexible networking configurations. With its NEBS 3 certified, compact 22.6 inch deep fan modules and convenient front hot-swap drives, this server is a valuable asset for organizations looking to modernize their data center and edge infrastructure.

Meanwhile, you can find out more about Supermicro 5G on its website.

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