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10G ToR Switch - SSE-X3548S/SR Release!
We just released a next generation Layer 3 10G switch SSE-X3548S/SR.
• 48 – 10G SFP+ Ports with 6 – 100G uplink ports
• Built for high performance using 25G silicon underneath
• Key Features – MLAG, VRRP, RDMA, VXLAN
• Manageability – REST API, Ansible
• Interoperable with Cisco and Arista 100G core switches
• Software : Preinstalled Supermicro Software – no licensing required
Cost optimized design: List price is close to 50% of our current 10G switches and much more cost effective than competitor 10G switches.
This switch is ideal for rack level aggregation, storage distribution, HPC applications, and best suited for system integrators for their solution products.
Using Supermicro switches on the racks, customers can save money not only on switches but also on cables as they do not need buy 40+ Cisco/Arista certified expensive cables.
The X12CSV-LVDS has been product released. The mass production version boards will be ready in early of December. Please help to share this information to your customers. If you have demand for this board, please place your order ASAP, purchasing team can help to pull in goods accordingly
Made in Silicon Valley, Computing for Mother Earth
Charles Liang shares his vision for Supermicro with The Wall Street Journal
Charles Liang built a computing powerhouse with a vision of leading a green computing revolution. Now, Supermicro’s ready to pursue new markets with its energy-efficient products.
In this interview for The Wall Street Journal, Ramin Beheshti, Chief Product & Technology Officer for Dow Jones, spoke with Charles Liang to find out more about his goals for Supermicro and his future plans.Watch the Interview
Supermicro develops the most efficient supercomputer anywhere on earth
Supermicro and Preferred Networks (PFN) collaborated to develop the most efficient supercomputer anywhere on earth, earning the #1 position on the Green500 list. The MN-3 supercomputer reached a record 21.11 Gigaflops of performance-per-watt on a benchmark run that delivered a total performance of 1.62 Petaflops.Read the Success Story