As the telecom industry gradually adopts open standards such as O-RAN based systems, operators are increasingly interested in using commercial off the shelf (COTS) servers for their infrastructure. But many of the existing IT servers are facing challenges such as bandwidth congestion, lack of scalability, processing delays and data security and integrity concerns including compliance and privacy issues. By delivering industry-standard servers optimized for 5G applications, Supermicro is transforming the telecommunications industry with powerful, feature-rich systems that provide intelligent and seamless connectivity from the Edge to the Cloud.
"As more and more companies seek to modernize their data centers and Edge infrastructure with the latest industry-standard server technologies, we are aggressively expanding our portfolio of systems optimized for 5G and telecommunications applications," said Charles Liang, president and CEO of Supermicro. "Our new short-depth 2U Ultra SuperServer not only provides better features, faster performance, and greener power-efficiency, but also includes NEBS certification and redundant DC or AC power supplies."
With high reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features available in a short-depth 2U rackmount form factor, the new 2U Ultra SuperServer supports two new 2nd Gen Intel® Xeon® Scalable processors with up to 205-Watt TDP each and delivers high-performance compute, storage and networking for Edge micro data centers. This 2U Edge server supports up to 6-TB of DDR4 memory in 24 slots and features eight PCI-E 3.0 expansion slots for flexible networking configurations. Convenient front hot-swap drives and fan modules combined with a compact 22.6-inch depth and NEBS 3 certification make this server a valuable asset for organizations looking to modernize their data centers and Edge infrastructure.