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Gigabyte spins off server business for growth, introducing Giga Computing Technology

1/9/2023byOrla Power

Some good Gigabyte news arrives with us for 2023. Gigabyte has decided to split itself into two entities. It is a new subsidiary, fully owned by Gigabyte with the aim of aiding enterprise growth, specifically server solutions.

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AMD takes aim at Apple M2 at CES

1/9/2023byOrla Power

AMD was keen at CES to highlight to consumers that Apple's M2 chip was not on par with its Ryzen 7040 series. At the event, AMD made the bold claim that Ryzen AI-enabled chips are 20 percent faster and over 40 percent more power efficient than Apple M2. 


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SuperMicro adds Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max ARM servers to line-up

1/4/2023byOrla Power
Supermicro’s MegaDC ARM-based product lines use a Building Block design which features a single socket motherboard paired with an Ampere Altra or Altra Max CPU with up to 128 cores per server (currently the highest core count in the server industry), up to 4TB of DDR4 memory, and a modular design supporting unparalleled options for max I/O, PCIe, and storage.
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Supermicro AI Pod that’s Super Simple, Super Scalable, and Super Affordable

1/3/2023byOrla Power
The worlds of HPC and AI are evolving at an enormous rate. The demands of modern-day applications put tremendous pressure on local IT teams and resources. More often than not, this pressure can come in the manner of requiring an AI strategy to speed up mission-critical applications - but this can come at a cost that can hinder adoption. In this webinar, Supermicro, together with International Computer Concepts (ICC), and Define Tech, will showcase their AI Super Pod that delivers on your AI strategy needs without breaking the bank.
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Raptor Lake refresh to come in 2023

12/14/2022byOrla Power
According to leaks and information out in the public domain as well as teasers by Intel, we will apparently see a Raptor Lake refresh in 2023.  Intel will disclose its PC roadmap shortly. This is apparently just for the entry-level area of the market. Intel plans Sapphire Rapids for the high-end market within 2023 as well according to the news.
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GPU & RAID – an unexpected pairing

12/14/2022byOrla Power
Using a GPU as a raid controller is not something you would expect to hear among a conversation with server administrators. A US startup, GRAID, has a product called SupremeRAID, the SR-1010. It can have over 100GBps of read throughput and over 19 million IOPS – pretty impressive!
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HPE claims their new ProLiant Gen11 servers have record-breaking performance with AMD EPYC 9004

12/14/2022byOrla Power
HPE claims in its press release delivered up to 99% “higher performance” and quite impressively, “43% more energy efficiency”.
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AMD to have 200,000 graphics card readily available according to source

12/13/2022byOrla Power
As we approach the holiday season and the start of a new business year where procurement can be heavy, AMD has some good news according to a source with regard to their newest RX-7900 cards.
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SuperMicro H13 generation servers built for the all-new AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processors

12/7/2022byOrla Power
SuperMicro has released the H13 generation servers which have been built for the AMD EPYC 9004 processors. The range includes several GPU-optimized servers, multi-node servers, Hyper systems, and CloudDC systems. SuperMicro also has an 8U Universal GPU system. 
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High Frequency Servers to watch in 2023

12/7/2022byOrla Power
CPU performance is imperative to High-Frequency Servers. We continue to see a large trend with CPU manufacturers aiming new releases around HFT workloads. Tick-to-trade is vital and that is continuously being noted. 

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Insights

Gigabyte spins off server business for growth, introducing Giga Computing Technology

1/9/2023byOrla Power

Some good Gigabyte news arrives with us for 2023. Gigabyte has decided to split itself into two entities. It is a new subsidiary, fully owned by Gigabyte with the aim of aiding enterprise growth, specifically server solutions.

Read more

AMD takes aim at Apple M2 at CES

1/9/2023byOrla Power

AMD was keen at CES to highlight to consumers that Apple's M2 chip was not on par with its Ryzen 7040 series. At the event, AMD made the bold claim that Ryzen AI-enabled chips are 20 percent faster and over 40 percent more power efficient than Apple M2. 


Read more

SuperMicro adds Ampere Altra and Ampere Altra Max ARM servers to line-up

1/4/2023byOrla Power
Supermicro’s MegaDC ARM-based product lines use a Building Block design which features a single socket motherboard paired with an Ampere Altra or Altra Max CPU with up to 128 cores per server (currently the highest core count in the server industry), up to 4TB of DDR4 memory, and a modular design supporting unparalleled options for max I/O, PCIe, and storage.
Read more

Supermicro AI Pod that’s Super Simple, Super Scalable, and Super Affordable

1/3/2023byOrla Power
The worlds of HPC and AI are evolving at an enormous rate. The demands of modern-day applications put tremendous pressure on local IT teams and resources. More often than not, this pressure can come in the manner of requiring an AI strategy to speed up mission-critical applications - but this can come at a cost that can hinder adoption. In this webinar, Supermicro, together with International Computer Concepts (ICC), and Define Tech, will showcase their AI Super Pod that delivers on your AI strategy needs without breaking the bank.
Read more

Raptor Lake refresh to come in 2023

12/14/2022byOrla Power
According to leaks and information out in the public domain as well as teasers by Intel, we will apparently see a Raptor Lake refresh in 2023.  Intel will disclose its PC roadmap shortly. This is apparently just for the entry-level area of the market. Intel plans Sapphire Rapids for the high-end market within 2023 as well according to the news.
Read more

GPU & RAID – an unexpected pairing

12/14/2022byOrla Power
Using a GPU as a raid controller is not something you would expect to hear among a conversation with server administrators. A US startup, GRAID, has a product called SupremeRAID, the SR-1010. It can have over 100GBps of read throughput and over 19 million IOPS – pretty impressive!
Read more
Tags:

HPE claims their new ProLiant Gen11 servers have record-breaking performance with AMD EPYC 9004

12/14/2022byOrla Power
HPE claims in its press release delivered up to 99% “higher performance” and quite impressively, “43% more energy efficiency”.
Read more

AMD to have 200,000 graphics card readily available according to source

12/13/2022byOrla Power
As we approach the holiday season and the start of a new business year where procurement can be heavy, AMD has some good news according to a source with regard to their newest RX-7900 cards.
Read more

SuperMicro H13 generation servers built for the all-new AMD EPYC 9004 Series Processors

12/7/2022byOrla Power
SuperMicro has released the H13 generation servers which have been built for the AMD EPYC 9004 processors. The range includes several GPU-optimized servers, multi-node servers, Hyper systems, and CloudDC systems. SuperMicro also has an 8U Universal GPU system. 
Read more

High Frequency Servers to watch in 2023

12/7/2022byOrla Power
CPU performance is imperative to High-Frequency Servers. We continue to see a large trend with CPU manufacturers aiming new releases around HFT workloads. Tick-to-trade is vital and that is continuously being noted. 

Read more