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Supermicro® presenta soluciones compatibles con el nuevo procesador AMD Opteron 6300 Series: SuperServer® y SuperBlade®

- La empresa muestra su nueva línea de soluciones informáticas de alto rendimiento optimizadas para el nuevo procesador AMD Opteron de 16 núcleos

SAN JOSE, California, 5 de noviembre de 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), líder mundial en tecnología de servidores de alta eficacia, alto rendimiento e informática verde, ha mejorado su línea de servidores A+ con el reciente lanzamiento de los procesadores AMD (NYSE: AMD) Opteron™ 6300 Series. Las nuevas plataformas de torre y servidor A+ proporcionan un rendimiento hasta un 24% superior en comparación con soluciones previas y maximizan la densidad de procesador y conteo de núcleos para ser compatibles con más máquinas virtuales (VM) en sus despliegues en la nube pública y privada. El nivel de rendimiento por vatio es hasta un 40% más alto con un control y gestión termal/de potencia inteligente, lo que permite que aquellos centros de datos que operan sistemas de software sólidos a gran escala puedan maximizar su rendimiento y al mismo tiempo reducir su TCO (coste total de propiedad). Gracias a sus arquitecturas de procesador dual (DP) y multiprocesador (MP), Supermicro ha subido el listón en cuanto a nivel de rendimiento para los centros de datos y las aplicaciones informáticas clúster de alto rendimiento (HPC).

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La línea de servidores A+ de Supermicro compatibles con los procesadores Opteron 6300 series incluyen soluciones 1U DP (AS-1022G-URF) compatibles con la arquitectura UIO de la empresa para opciones de expansión I/O flexibles, numerosas opciones de tarjeta de expansión incluyendo SAS/SATA RAID5, Infiniband y Ethernet de 10Gb para las aplicaciones HPC más exigentes. Los factores de forma de alta densidad en 1U MP (AS-1042G-TF) y 2U MP (AS2042G-6RF) son compatibles con procesadores quad con un máximo de 64 núcleos y 1TB de memoria DDR3 e interconexiones InfiniBand QDR de alta velocidad para bases de datos de alto rendimiento y aplicaciones de servidor SQL. El 2UTwin2® (AS-2022TG-HLIBQRF) de 4 nodos es compatible con procesadores duales AMD Opteron de 16 núcleos y memoria DDR3 1866 por nodo con Mellanox InfiniBand y fuentes de alimentación redundantes de gran eficacia de 1620W Nivel Platino (superior a 94%) integradas. Una solución 4U/Tower (AS-4022G-6F) en DP y (AS-4042G-6RF) en MP ofrece unas capacidades de almacenamiento máximas con soporte para hasta 8 puertos hot-swap SAS/SATA HDD. Para el mejor rendimiento informático, SuperBlade® maximiza la densidad del procesador Opteron 6300 series con hasta 20 nodos DP (SBA-7222G-T2) o 10 nodos MP (SBA-7142G-T4) en carcasa 7U, compatible con hasta 3.840 núcleos en rack 42U con interconexión de alta velocidad y baja latencia utilizando conectores InfiniBand FDR.

"Supermicro y AMD tienen una larga historia proporcionando la mejor relación precio/rendimiento para soluciones de servidor de alto rendimiento", afirmó Don Clegg, vicepresidente de Marketing y Desarrollo Comercial de Supermicro. "Con la adición de los nuevos procesadores Opteron 6300 Series de AMD en nuestras plataformas A+, subimos el listón al ofrecer un rendimiento mayor, una eficiencia de potencia más alta así como nuevas funciones de gestión de energía. Juntos, ayudamos a los clientes a maximizar sus presupuestos de TI al posibilitar unos niveles de virtualización más altos a través de las plataformas informáticas más rentables y escalables".

"Nos entusiasma poder incorporar nuestros nuevos procesadores AMD Opteron 6300 Series en el mercado en un momento en el que la informática en la nube y los mercados de datos más destacados experimentan una rápida expansión", declaró John Williams, vicepresidente, Marketing de Servidores y Desarrollo Comercial de AMD. "Supermicro, agente mundial con una vasta experiencia en estos mercados y proveedor de soluciones junto con AMD a largo plazo, cuenta con una gran gama de plataformas 2P/4P optimizadas y listas para nuestros procesadores más recientes. La cartera de plataformas de Supermicro combinada con el rendimiento, escalabilidad y rentabilidad de los últimos productos ofertados por AMD nos permiten brindar de manera conjunta unas soluciones informáticas potentes que satisfagan las cada vez mayores demandas de nuestra vertiginosa sociedad basada en datos".

Visite Supermicro (stand 817) y AMD (stand 2019) en Super Computing 2012, celebrado en Salt Lake City (Utah) del 12 al 15 de noviembre, para descubrir sus soluciones combinadas, o visite www.supermicro.com/aplus para consultar todos los detalles relativos a sus productos A+ más recientes.

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Supermicro® (NASDAQ: SMCI), líder mundial en innovación en tecnología de servidores de alta eficacia y alto rendimiento, es un proveedor destacado de soluciones de servidor avanzadas Building Block Solutions® para centros de datos, informática en la nube, TI para empresas, Hadoop/Big Data, HPC y sistemas embebidos en todo el mundo. Supermicro se compromete a proteger el medio ambiente a través de su iniciativa "We Keep IT Green®", que proporciona a los clientes las soluciones de más bajo consumo energético y más ecológicas del mercado.

Supermicro, SuperServer, SuperBlade, TwinBlade, SuperRack, Building Block Solutions y We Keep IT Green son marcas comerciales y/o marcas registradas de Super Micro Computer, Inc.

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