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

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. 

The new H13 Supermicro product line, based on 4th Generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs supports a broad spectrum of workloads and excels at helping a business achieve its goals, which SuperMicro says are:

  • Best business outcomes across industries and workloads 
  • Highest performance x86 server processor 
  • Leadership x86 energy efficiency
  • Assurance of confidential computing 
  • A significant ecosystem of solutions

SuperMicro provides various workload information:

  • High-Performance Computing (HPC) – HPC systems are used by more than just university and national lab researchers. Enterprises integrate HPC systems into everyday workflows to bring products to market faster or discover new vaccines and drugs. HPC systems require fast cores, large amounts of memory, and fast networking between systems.
  • Cloud – Designing and implementing a cloud solution requires a wide range of optimized products for different workloads, not just for environments where the price performance of the compute aspect is most important. Storage and networking are also critical for a productive and cost-effective cloud data center.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Systems with fast CPUs and associated GPU sub-systems are required for the growing AI use cases. Supermicro H13 servers can house up to 10 GPUs in a 4U rack height and excel at AI applications, enabling faster training and inference applications. Supermicro designs servers specifically to accommodate a high number of GPUs for maximum AI application performance.
  • Big-Data Analysis – As the volume of data generated everywhere explodes, the systems must access, analyze, and present structured and unstructured data to the user. These tasks require the ability to hold an increasing amount of data in memory, fast computation, and quick data communication to GPUs if needed.
  • Virtualization – With many enterprises utilizing virtualization technologies to get higher utilization from existing servers, the new Supermicro H13 servers, with the 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors, allow for higher-powered virtualization machines, as there are more cores available and faster CPUs.


  • Enterprise – Typical enterprise workloads will benefit from the new Supermicro H13 systems with increased performance and reduced costs. In addition, existing workloads will execute faster, using less power than previous generations of Supermicro servers.

If you are interested in this range of servers, let us know – talk to us by using the form below, and one of our expert team will be in touch.


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

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. 

The new H13 Supermicro product line, based on 4th Generation AMD EPYC™ CPUs supports a broad spectrum of workloads and excels at helping a business achieve its goals, which SuperMicro says are:

  • Best business outcomes across industries and workloads 
  • Highest performance x86 server processor 
  • Leadership x86 energy efficiency
  • Assurance of confidential computing 
  • A significant ecosystem of solutions

SuperMicro provides various workload information:

  • High-Performance Computing (HPC) – HPC systems are used by more than just university and national lab researchers. Enterprises integrate HPC systems into everyday workflows to bring products to market faster or discover new vaccines and drugs. HPC systems require fast cores, large amounts of memory, and fast networking between systems.
  • Cloud – Designing and implementing a cloud solution requires a wide range of optimized products for different workloads, not just for environments where the price performance of the compute aspect is most important. Storage and networking are also critical for a productive and cost-effective cloud data center.
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI) – Systems with fast CPUs and associated GPU sub-systems are required for the growing AI use cases. Supermicro H13 servers can house up to 10 GPUs in a 4U rack height and excel at AI applications, enabling faster training and inference applications. Supermicro designs servers specifically to accommodate a high number of GPUs for maximum AI application performance.
  • Big-Data Analysis – As the volume of data generated everywhere explodes, the systems must access, analyze, and present structured and unstructured data to the user. These tasks require the ability to hold an increasing amount of data in memory, fast computation, and quick data communication to GPUs if needed.
  • Virtualization – With many enterprises utilizing virtualization technologies to get higher utilization from existing servers, the new Supermicro H13 servers, with the 4th Gen AMD EPYC processors, allow for higher-powered virtualization machines, as there are more cores available and faster CPUs.


  • Enterprise – Typical enterprise workloads will benefit from the new Supermicro H13 systems with increased performance and reduced costs. In addition, existing workloads will execute faster, using less power than previous generations of Supermicro servers.

If you are interested in this range of servers, let us know – talk to us by using the form below, and one of our expert team will be in touch.


General Enquiry