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  • © Supermicro 2013Confidential © Supermicro 2012Supermicro @ Intel TheatreISC 2013Peter MaasApplication Engineer ManagerJune 17, 2013
  • ConfidentialProduct FamiliesResource Optimized (WIO/UIO)Twin Architecture GPU SolutionsEmbeddedSuperBlade®Storage ServerWorkstationMainstream Business SolutionsApplication Optimized: Max. I/OData Center OptimizedMicro Cloud8-Way MP SystemCost optimizedPUE optimizedFAT TWIN , PUE~1.1
  • ConfidentialAgendaSupermicro’s innovative platforms* MIC Supercomputing* 4U FatTwin Solutions* SuperBlade systems* 4U /72 3.5” SuperStorage Server View slide
  • © Supermicro 2013Confidential © Supermicro 2012MIC SuperComputingHigh-Performance, Enterprise-Class Super ComputingMIC server solutions View slide
  • ConfidentialMIC Optimized System Lineup
  • Confidential•Options pricing•Risk analysis•Algorithmic trading•Medical imaging•Visualization & docking•Filmmaking & animation•Computational fluid dynamics•Materials science•Molecular dynamics•Quantum chemistry•Mechanical design & simulation•Structural mechanics•Electronic Design Automation•Data parallelmathematics•Extend Excel withOLAP forplanning &analysis•Database anddata analysisaccelerationComputationalFinanceImaging andComputer Vision•Weather•Atmospheric•Ocean Modeling•Space SciencesWeather and ClimateSimulation & Creation DesignScientific•Seismic imaging•Seismic Interpretation•Reservoir Modeling•Seismic InversionOil and Gas/SeismicDataMiningMassivelyparallelarchitectureacceleratesScientific &EngineeringApplicationsHPC Coprocessor Applications
  • ConfidentialGreen500RankMFLOPS/W Site* Computer* Total Power (kW)1 2,499.44National Institute forComputationalSciences/University ofTennesseeBeacon - Appro GreenBlade GB824M, XeonE5-2670 8C 2.600GHz, Infiniband FDR, IntelIntel Xeon Phi 5110P44.892 2,351.10King Abdulaziz City forScience and TechnologySANAM - Adtech ESC4000/FDR G2, XeonE5-2650 8C 2.000GHz, Infiniband FDR, WithWith Acceleration179.153 2,142.77DOE/SC/Oak RidgeNational LaboratoryTitan - Cray XK7 , Opteron 6274 16C2.200GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect,With Acceleration8,209.004 2,121.71Swiss Scientific ComputingCenter (CSCS)Todi - Cray XK7 , Opteron 6272 16C2.100GHz, Cray Gemini interconnect,With Acceleration129.005 2,102.12ForschungszentrumJuelich (FZJ)JUQUEEN - BlueGene/Q, Power BQC 16C1.600GHz, Custom Interconnect1,970.00The Trend Indicated on Green500
  • ConfidentialThe Trend Indicated on Top500 62 SYSTEMS ON THE TOP500 LIST ARE ACCELERATED IN THIS WAY, INCLUDING CHINA’S TIANHE-1A, WHICH SATATOP THE LIST BACK IN 2010 BUT NOW RANKS NUMBER EIGHT. THAT’S UP FROM 58 SYSTEMS SIX MONTHS AGO, AND THE NUMBER IS LIKELY TO CONTINUE GROWING. THE TIME MAY SOON BE UPON US WHEN IT’S SIMPLY UNFEASIBLE TO COMPETE FOR THE TOP 10 OR EVEN THETOP 25 SYSTEMS IN THE WORLD WITHOUT LEVERAGING SOME KIND OF ACCELERATION TECHNOLOGY. MORE EFFICIENT METHODS OF CRUNCHING MORE DATA ARE WHAT WILL LEAD US TO THE EXASCALE AGEEXASCALE
  • Confidential5017GR-TFSupermicro Co processor Product Family1017GR-TF6037R-72RFT+7047GR-TPRFSBI-7127RG Server (Passive ) Workstation (Active )4364241U UP – Value7047GR-TRF7047A-T7037A-i5037A-i2 2 2 421U/2U DP – Scalable, High Density3U & Above – Powerful1027GR-TQF1027GR-TQFT2027GR-TRFH2027GR-TRFHT1027GR-TRF1027GR-TSF1027GR-TRFT2027GR-TRF2027GR-TRFT 2
  • © Supermicro 2013Confidential © Supermicro 2012Fat TwinTM Server SolutionCompute and storage capacities beyondSupermicros existing Twin architecture toachieve increased performance with lowerpower consumption.
  • ConfidentialFront I/O GPU4U with 4-node/8-nodePUE optimized – 130W/135WMore flexible, dense storage- 2.5”/3.5” SAS/SATA; 8 HDD/1UMore add-on cards4U with 4-node/8-nodePUE optimized – 130W/135WRedundant hot-plug fansLower cost storage for Big DataMuch more features…Standard 19” Racks, Front Access Server Nodes, Industry Standard IPMI 2.0Highest Efficiency Redundant Power Supply (95%+)Supermicro Fat Twin™ Line-upsFatTwin = Best Performance / Watt / $ / ft2Rear I/OF617R2-R72+/RT+F627R3-R72B+/RTB+F627R3-F73/FTF617R2/3-F73/FTF627R3/2-F72+/FT+F627G3/2-F73+/FT+F617H6-FT+F517H6-FT
  • ConfidentialMIC Fat Twin solutionHot-swap 2 x 3.5”/6 x 2.5”SAS/SATA/SSD DriveUp to 12 Double Width GPU per4U in 4 nodesBest Cooling SystemDesignPlatinum levelhigh efficient 1620Wredundant power supply &hot-swappable cooling fans2000W enabledIntel® Xeon® SandyBridge E5-2600 SeriesSocket R2 additionalGen 3 x8 slotsGbE / 10GbEonboard optionIntel Xeon PhiSYS-F627G3-FT+Front accessible I/OHot-swap nodeConfidential
  • © Supermicro 2013Confidential © Supermicro 2012SuperBlade Systemsbenefits maximum density, affordability, reducedmanagement costs, lower power consumption,optimal ROI, and high scalability - and in mostapplications, blade servers would reduce systemacquisition costs.
  • Confidential10-BladeDatacenter BladeTwinBladeSuperBlade®SystemsSBE-720E/DSBE-714Q/E/DSBE-710Q/E0.35U0.5U0.7U10-Blade14-Blade20-Node 10-TwinBladeSBA-7222G-T2SBI-7127R-S6SBA-7142G-T2SBI-7427R-S3/T3 SBI-7427R-SH/S2LSBI-7127RGSBI-7127R-SH1 GbE1/10 GbE10GbEFCoEInfiniBandFDR/QDRSBI-7227R-T2MANAGEMENTWeb-based GUIIPMIViewCLINETWORKING
  • © Supermicro 2013Confidential © Supermicro 2012SuperStorage ServerThe new high capacity SC847D Double-SidedStorage® featuring 72x 3.5” hot-swappableHDDs, supporting up to 288TB in 4U
  • ConfidentialX9-Series Storage Server – 4U/72SSG-6047R-E1R72LPROCESSORIntel DP Xeon Sandy Bridge socket RCHIPSETDual Sandy Bridge EP (Socket R)MEMORY16 DIMM, 512GB DDR3 up to 1600 Reg ECC*Available for EXPANSION4x PCI-E 3.0x8 (1st & 2nd slots occupied by IT Mode controller)EXTERNAL I/O SUPPORTIntel I350 Quad Port Gigabit LAN; 9x USB 2.0 ports (4x rear, 4x headers,1x Type A)DRIVE BAYS72x 3.5” SAS2/SATA3 in 36x Hot-Swap drive bays (2x HDD per bay)2x Internal drive bays (2x 2.5” Internal Bracket)3x IT Mode SAS2 Storage Controllers(LSI 2308)POWER SUPPLYTriple 1280W (2 + 1) Power, Up to 95% efficient Digital/Platinum LevelADDITIONALIPMI 2.0 w/ dedicated LAN port & KVM; 4 Pin PWM Fan Speed control;Thermal and voltage monitoring;KEY FEATURES Dual Sandy Bridge EP (Socket R) Server 72x 3.5” SAS2/SATA3 Drives in 36x Hot-Swap Modules 3x LSI 2308 IT mode Controllers (24 lanes of 6Gbps SAS) CPU Direct access path to drives. No RAID overhead. Quad Port Gigabit LAN, 4x GbE ports 4x PCI-E 3.0x8 (1st & 2nd slots occupied by IT Modecontroller) IPMI 2.0 (dedicated LAN) with Virtual Media/KVM over LANAPPLICATIONS Cloud Storage High Density Archival Storage Compliance Storage Media Storage
  • ConfidentialThank you for your attention!Peterm@supermicro.nl