Data center News
Xeon 'Grantley': 12 New Servers With Intel's Fastest Chip Yet
Joseph F. Kovar
Supermicro Targets Performance, Energy Efficiency
Supermicro, San Jose, Calif., released its line of X10 Server Building Block Solutions, featuring the new Intel Xeon processor E5-2600/1600 v3 family. New from Supermicro are 1U and 2U Ultra SuperServer solutions with enterprise-class performance and hot-swappable NVMe storage; the 6U MicroBlade high-density server, which fits up to 28 hot-swappable MicroBlade modules; the 2U and 4U TwinPro and TwinPro2 hot-plug node servers; the 4U FatTwin high-density, hot-plug node servers; new server and storage blades or 7U SuperBlade system; 1U and 2U data-center-optimized servers, and more.
Most of the new servers include 94 percent to 96 percent efficient power supplies to help customers cut power requirements.