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Supermicro displays 12-node 5038ML-H12TRF Haswell server architecture

Supermicro displays the SuperServer 5038ML-H12TRF 12 node server

| IT/Datacenter News | Posted: Jun 10, 2013 5:43 am

Computex Taipei 2013 - At Computex 2013, Supermicro displayed their newest line of Haswell servers, with the SuperServer 5038ML-H12TRF on display.

 

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The power efficiency of the new Haswell architecture provides the possibility for enhanced density in server solutions. Here we can observe a 1U rack with a single processor server.

 

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Here we see the 12-node version of the Supermicro SuperServer 5038ML-H12TRF on display. These hotpluggable racks pull out for easy service and each hold 2 drives for storage.

 

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Each tray holds one CPU and up to 32GB of Ram. These dense compute servers each feature dual port Intel Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports.

 

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Support for the Intel Xeon E3-1200 v3 families allows for power consumption of 13 to 80 Watts per node, and the C224 chipset.

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