Computex Taipei 2013 - At Computex 2013, Supermicro displayed their newest line of Haswell servers, with the SuperServer 5038ML-H12TRF on display.
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.
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.
Each tray holds one CPU and up to 32GB of Ram. These dense compute servers each feature dual port Intel Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports.
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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