Supermicro's Most Powerful AI Training Systems featuring the Latest NVIDIA A100 GPU Platforms

Posted on 15 May, 2020

For some of the world's most demanding workloads, Supermicro is building some of the highest performing fastest to market servers based in NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU’s. Supermicro also supports a range of customer need with optimized systems for the new HGX A100 8-GPU and HGX a100 4-GPU platforms. Including the newest version of NVIDIA® NVLink™ and NVIDIA NVSwitch™ technologies, these servers can deliver up to 5 PetaFLOPS of AI performance in a single 4U system.

SuperMinute: 4U System with HGX A100 4-GPU

One of the latest installments from Supermicro is the 4U system with HGX including A100 4GPU. The new AS -2124GQ-NART server features the power of NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPUs and the HGX A100 4-GPU baseboard. The system supports PCI-E Gen 4 for fast CPU-GPU connection and high-speed networking expansion cards. Here is a short video describing the impact of the new NVIDIA A100 technology 

The Ultimate AI Training Machines

An introduction to Supermicro’s high-performance Data Center AI Training Machines, including current market-leading products and new systems that are on the way.

Flexible Lineup of 4U GPU Systems

An overview of Supermicro’s versatile 4U AI systems for a broad range of applications and workloads and the NVIDIA GPUs that power them.

Learn more about NVIDIA A100 technology


 

 

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