Supermicro Announces New High-Density Server Solutions

New systems are designed for energy efficiency at hyperscale workloads.

High-performance server vendor Supermicro has announced a new class of Mini-ITX high-efficiency, low-power server solutions that the company says are “optimized for embedded and hyperscale workloads.”

The new systems will be available as motherboard units or through Mini-Tower, rack server, or MicroBlade products. The Mini-ITX features a 64-bit Intel Xeon D-1500 processor with eight cores, 128GB of memory, and integrated 10GB Ethernet. According to president Charles Liang, the new “high-density server and storage solutions address growing demands for energy efficiency in data center and cloud environments.”

The new Mini-ITX products are designed to help users achieve better performance per watt per dollar across a wide range of embedded and hyperscale scenarios.