GTC 2015 - Today at NVIDIA GTC 2015, we stopped by Supermicro's booth to look at the latest Tesla GPU Superservers. As always, Supermicro has a wide variety of servers and workstations to meet the needs of its customers.
Sumit Gupta, general manager of Accelerated Computing at NVIDIA explained to us: "Supermicro's new high-density servers provide a range of computing solutions for enterprise and HPC customers," he continued: "Designed to take full advantage of ultra-high performance Tesla GPU accelerators while minimizing power consumption, the servers bring new levels of energy-efficient performance for compute-intensive data analytics, deep learning and scientific applications."
The first offering is the SYS-7048GR-TR, 4U Dual Processor GPU SuperWorkstation with 4-Way GeForce SLI Support.
Next in line is the SYS-1018GR-T, 1U Single Processor SuperServer, which supports up to 2x GPUs.
Next up is the SYS-2028GR-TR, 2U Dual Processor SuperServer with capacity for up to 4x GPUs.
Now we have the massive SYS-4028GR-TR, 4U GPU SuperServer with support for up to 8x Double Width GPUs.
For remote workstation support, we see the SYS-6028UX-TR4, Dual Processor 2U Ultra Remote SuperWorkstation with up to 4x double width GPU cards, NVMe and SAS 3.0.
Additional blades for Supermicro's SuperBlades are the SBI-7127RG-E, Dual Processors with up to 2x double width GPU cards.