Intelligent Edge Systems Embrace AI & 5G Technologies

Super Micro Computer’s latest Edge systems are designed for artificial intelligence (AI) and 5G workloads. The company’s Edge servers aim to transform enterprises and empower them with intelligent connectivity from IoT devices to the cloud.


The Supermicro servers, offering optional support for Intel Programmable Acceleration FPGA cards or graphics accelerators, deliver local compute and AI inferencing, converging the edge and cloud into one seamless data processing platform. These platforms promise to help eliminate complexity, accelerate deployments, and elevate developers to focus on the business logic powering IoT applications and services.

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With high reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features available in an ultra-dense, low-power device, the 1019D-16C-FHN13TP and 1019D-FRN5TP systems are Intel Xeon D-2100 processor-based platforms that deliver balanced compute, AI, storage, and networking. With support for up to 37 LANs including RJ45 and SFP ports, the 15-inch depth systems employ up to 16 processor cores, up to 512-GB DDR4 four-channel memory operating at 2400MHz, up to four 10GbE LAN ports with RDMA support, and are available with integrated Intel  Quick Assist Technology crypto/encrypt/decrypt acceleration engine and internal storage expansion options including mini-PCIe, M.2 and NVMe support as well as support for multiple FPGA and GPU acceleration cards for AI inferencing.


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