SAN JOSE, Calif., May 24, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Super Micro Computer, Inc. (NASDAQ: SMCI), a global leader in high-performance, high-efficiency server, storage technology and green computing, today announced new compact high-density server solutions that will support Intel's highly anticipated future Xeon® Processor E3-1200 V3 product family. Supermicro uni-processor (UP) server solutions will bring to market higher performance with increased energy efficiency through improved system, cooling and power architectures and integration of Intel's latest processor microarchitecture based on 22nm 3-D Tri-Gate technology. MicroCloud, one of Supermicro's most innovative, high-density UP server solutions will feature support for the future Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 V3 family in 12 node (SYS-5038ML-H12TRF) and 8 node (SYS-5038ML-H8TRF) configurations at launch with a 24 node solution around the corner.
"Supermicro focuses on offering the greatest selection of computing, storage and networking solutions with maximum performance per watt, per dollar," said Charles Liang, President and CEO of Supermicro. "With the coming launch of Intel's new processors, Supermicro brings to market new server solutions such as our 3U 8, 12 and coming 24 node MicroCloud providing customers flexibility to deploy exactly the most optimized compute and storage solutions for any given application. With our new, higher density Haswell based products, customers can maximize space and power utilization for greater operational savings."
"Supermicro's ground breaking MicroCloud server solution is enabling Phoenix NAP to offer future Intel E3 processors starting on
June 2. MicroCloud's modular, easily serviced, compact footprint provides us the performance, power efficiency and scalability needed to reach our aggressive price points while maintaining optimal customer experience. These benefits were exponentially multiplied as we have now expanded our business globally and are deploying hundreds of MicroCloud's a month for our customers worldwide," said
Jordan Jacobs, vice president, product development at Phoenix NAP. "We have made a considerable investment in Supermicro server technologies over the years and as always, they are ahead of the curve bringing servers with the latest Intel processors to market when we need them most."