Supermicro Debuts Simply Double Storage Architecture Optimized for Cloud, HPC, Data Center, and Enterprise

HANNOVER, Germany -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. highlights its new 2U Simply Double storage architecture this week at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover Germany. Supermicro's new Simply Double SuperStorage solutions double the density and capacity in a 2U form factor. The new Simply Double architecture achieves this by incorporating a second set of easy access, external hot-swap drive bays, arrayed in a patented Riser Bay and offer maximum server performance with support for dual Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v3 and future processors, up to 1.5TB of DDR4-2133MHz ECC memory and flexible SIOM networking options supporting 1G/10G/25G/40G up to 2x 100G ports for InfiniBand®/ Intel® Omni-Path Architecture, and Ethernet connectivity. The new Simply Double SuperStorage systems join Supermicro's complete server, storage and networking products to offer hyper-scale deployments the broadest range of infrastructure platforms for accelerating growth in new digital economies.

Additional CeBIT exhibits include 1U/2U/4U SuperServers supporting 4-12x NVIDIA Tesla GPUs/Intel® Xeon PhiTM Coprocessors, 1U/2U Ultra SuperServers, 2U TwinPro²TM, 4U FatTwinTM, 4U 36/60/90 hot-swap SuperStorage systems, 3U MicroCloud, 3U/6U MicroBlade, 7U SuperBlade®, and edge-to-cloud IoT gateway, embedded servers. Solutions also include Supermicro 1U 10x NVMe with Microsoft SQL Server for OLTP workloads and 4U 90-bay JBOD Lustre on ZFS high-performance parallel file system for HPC and Big Data.

Visit Supermicro at CeBIT 2016 in Hannover, Germany March 14th through the 18th at the Hannover Exhibition Grounds, Hall 12, Stand B67, Booth #F16. For more information, visit

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