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Supermicro High Performance Computing (HPC) Platforms

Why DiGiCOR?

Resource Saving Architecture:

Supermicro’s Resource-Saving Architecture continues our tradition of leading the market with Green IT innovation that helps the environment as well as provides TCO savings for our customers.
To maximize the impact, we have introduced an overall architecture that optimizes datacenter power, cooling, shared resources and refresh cycles. This innovative approach focuses on reusing system enclosures, enabling the modular refresh of subsystems and using optimized extended life subsystems, including networking, storage, cooling, fans and power supplies. By disaggregating CPU and memory, each resource can be refreshed independently allowing datacenters to reduce refresh cycle costs. Implementation of this architecture in the datacenter has significant positive implications:

  • Disaggregated Server Architecture
  • Free Air Cooling
  • Pooled Resources
  • Rack Scale Design
Digicor Resource Saving Architecture

Mission: Green Computing

As its contribution to the effort, Supermicro is specifically challenging enterprises to look beyond the traditional costs of data centers and consider a new metric – their Total Cost to the Environment. Supermicro is pushing IT leaders to implement resource-saving technologies to drastically reduce the electricity consumed and e-waste produced by their data centers to achieve specific goals by 2025.Supermicro is already working with partners like Intel and NASA for this goal, and helping organizations study environment damage and climate change without contributing to it.
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Success Story

Resource-Saving Architecture @ Fortune 100 Datacenter.
Taking the We Keep IT Green® mission to the next level, Supermicro’s disaggregated Resource-Saving systems are already deployed in volume at multiple Fortune 100 datacenters.
A Fortune 100 Company has deployed over 50,000 MicroBlade™ disaggregated Intel® Xeon® processor based servers at its Silicon Valley data center, one of the world’s most energy efficient data centers with a Power Usage Efficiency (PUE) of 1.06, to support its growing compute needs.
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Digicor Success Story - Resource Saving Architecture