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supermicro

[¦sü·pər′mī·krō]
(computer science)
A computer resembling a supermini in design but scaled down to the size of a microcomputer, usually capable of working with a small number of users at once.
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Researchers from security firm Eclypsium revealed vulnerabilities in a number of Supermicro baseboard management controllers (BMC).
'The Supermicro Ultra vSAN hyper-converged solution achieves double-digit (24%) infrastructure performance improvements over prior platforms for virtualized networks,' said Charles Liang, President, and CEO of Supermicro.
'One of the helpful things with using Supermicro is that our management tools go across all of those generations.
By building such environment, StarWind, Supermicro, Mellanox, and Intel demonstrated that HCI performance high scores should be not about IOPS but more about efficient hardware utilization.
He continues in the blog: "The article also claims that after learning of hardware modifications and malicious chips in Elemental servers, we conducted a network-wide audit of SuperMicro motherboards and discovered the malicious chips in a Beijing data centre.
A representative for Supermicro at its European headquarters in the Netherlands said the company was unable to provide an immediate comment.
Featuring Supermicro's flexible, cost-optimized SIOM networking module, the All-Flash NVMe BigTwin supports a variety of 10G, 25G, 50G and 100G network interface options.
"Supermicro designs the most application-optimised GPU
According to Michael McNerney, Vice President Software Solutions and Infrastructure at Supermicro, We are network agnostic when it comes to providing servers for NVMe over fabrics.
Summary: Manufacturer of high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage, networking and management total solutions, Supermicro, has partnered with Asbis ME for delivering its complete portfolio in the region.
SanDisk Corporation and Supermicro have formed a strategic alliance to bring out a unique class of next-generation software defined all-flash storage solutions for the data center.
New solutions support DDR4 memory, USB 3.1, M.2, Dual 10GBase-T and Quad Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, IPMI 2.0, up to 7x PCI-E 3.0 x16 slots with Supermicro WIO (Wide I/O) flexible expansion slot capability, SATA DOM (Disk on Module) support, seven-year long-life for embedded applications, short-depth and ultra-short depth appliance optimized chassis, high-efficiency power supplies with redundancy and BBP[R] (Battery Backup Power) options.