Supermicro introduces Arm-based Mt. Hamilton servers
Supermicro launched a new portfolio of Arm-based MegaDC servers. Dubbed Mt. Hamilton, the models are suitable for cloud-native applications in datacenter environments.
The new servers are designed for cloud-based applications and services, including cloud gaming, video-on-demand and content deli... Read more
Supermicro partners with GRAID and Qumulo
Supermicro announced new collaborations to enhance the storage functionality in its servers. Supermicro servers can now be equipped with GRAID's RAID cards and run Qumulo's expandable file system software.
GRAID's GPU-powered RAID cards offload RAID and NVMe storage data from the server processo... Read more
Supermicro introduces edge servers with Intel Xeon D processors
Supermicro released a series of new SuperEdge servers equipped with Intel Xeon D processors. The servers allow companies to deploy edge applications.
The systems are designed to function in harsh environments. New releases include updated versions of the popular IP65 Outdoor Edge system and the ... Read more
Supermicro introduces SuperEdge Multi-Node server
Supermicro released a compact server for edge, IoT and 5G applications. The Supermicro SuperEdge promises high performance of high-density computing and I/O functionality.
The model offers a high-performance server for workloads in compact edge, IoT and 5G environments. Think of analyzing and pr... Read more
Supermicro launches universal GPU server for HPC and AI
Supermicro announces the upcoming availability of a new, modular GPU server. The server supports multiple compositions of GPUs and CPUs. Freedom of choice is key: the introduction aims at a flexible, optimal fit for various high-performance computing and AI applications.
The aptly named 'Univers... Read more
Supermicro servers affected by various vulnerabilities
Eclypsium security researchers have found a new set of vulnerabilities in the management control firmware used on some Supermicro motherboards. As a result, more than 47,000 of the manufacturer's servers are vulnerable to attacks.
The vulnerabilities have been named USBAnywhere by the researchers. T... Read more
Supermicro removes server production from China after espionage worries
In the aftermath of a report that accused China of espionage via hardware from server manufacturer Supermicro, the latter is taking production away from China, even though the company continues to deny all allegations.
Supermicro is moving its server production from China to other factories, includi... Read more
Super Micro and Intel offer cloud research center in the Netherlands
Infrastructure manufacturer Super Micro and smart giant Intel have recently started a joint Cloud Center of Execellence in the Netherlands. In this research centre, customers of both suppliers can give demonstrations or test different products and proof-of-concepts.
Specifically, ... Read more
Supermicro comes undamaged from external security audit to spy chips
Supermicro reports that an external security audit found no evidence of Chinese espionage chips in the manufacturer's server motherboards.
The audit was carried out following an explosive story by Bloomberg, which stated that the Chinese government had infiltrated Supermicro's supply chain to instal... Read more
Also AWS and Super Micro want Bloomberg to rectify story about Chinese spy chips
After Apple's Tim Cook asked Bloomberg yesterday to withdraw his story about Chinese espionage chips, now the CEOs of Amazon Web Services and server manufacturer Super Micro are also doing so. Earlier Bloomberg stated that Chinese microchips had compromised the computer networks of as many as thirty... Read more