Supermicro introduces a new MicroCloud, 3U 8 Node, AMD Ryzen Zen 4 7000 Series Processors

SuperMicro always tries to push the boundaries with server releases, especially for growing use cases or popular demand. SuperMicro is launching a high performance and scalable solution to meet the needs for E-commerce, cloud gaming, code development, content creation, and virtual private servers. The new MicroClouds are designed to use AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series, “Zen 4” core architecture, which has a max boost speed of up to 5.7 GHz, including PCIe 5.0 support, DDR5-5200 MHz, and up to 16 cores (32 threads) per CPU. All use cases benefit from this, SuperMicro is targeting general performance with this new MicroCloud.

The model is: AS-3015MR-H8TNR, it contains a single optimized AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processor, up to 128GB of DDR5 memory per node, and a TDP of up to 170W. The Supermicro MicroCloud 3U enclosure contains eight blades, with each blade containing up to two front-accessible NVMe U.2, SAS, or SATA3 drives. Here are the specifications:

Per node:
CPUSingle Socket AM5 (LGA-1718) AMD Ryzen™ Zen4 7000 series Processors Core Count Up to 16C/32T; Up to 16MB Cache per CPU Note Supports 65W - 170W TDP CPUs (Air Cooled)
MemoryMemory Capacity: 4 DIMM slots Up to 128: 4x 32 GB DRAM Memory Type: 5200MHz DDR5 UDIMM
NVMeU.2 NVMe (Native) Chipset AMD Knoll - Integrated I/O Controller Hub
NVMe2 U.2 NVMe LAN 2 Video 1 VGA port(s) Serial Port 1 COM Port(s) (1 KVM)
BIOS TypeAMI 128MB SPI Flash EEPROM
Power ConfigurationsACPI 6.0 Power Management Power-on mode for AC power recovery
HardwareTrusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0


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Supermicro introduces a new MicroCloud, 3U 8 Node, AMD Ryzen Zen 4 7000 Series Processors

SuperMicro always tries to push the boundaries with server releases, especially for growing use cases or popular demand. SuperMicro is launching a high performance and scalable solution to meet the needs for E-commerce, cloud gaming, code development, content creation, and virtual private servers. The new MicroClouds are designed to use AMD Ryzen™ 7000 Series, “Zen 4” core architecture, which has a max boost speed of up to 5.7 GHz, including PCIe 5.0 support, DDR5-5200 MHz, and up to 16 cores (32 threads) per CPU. All use cases benefit from this, SuperMicro is targeting general performance with this new MicroCloud.

The model is: AS-3015MR-H8TNR, it contains a single optimized AMD Ryzen 7000 Series processor, up to 128GB of DDR5 memory per node, and a TDP of up to 170W. The Supermicro MicroCloud 3U enclosure contains eight blades, with each blade containing up to two front-accessible NVMe U.2, SAS, or SATA3 drives. Here are the specifications:

Per node:
CPUSingle Socket AM5 (LGA-1718) AMD Ryzen™ Zen4 7000 series Processors Core Count Up to 16C/32T; Up to 16MB Cache per CPU Note Supports 65W - 170W TDP CPUs (Air Cooled)
MemoryMemory Capacity: 4 DIMM slots Up to 128: 4x 32 GB DRAM Memory Type: 5200MHz DDR5 UDIMM
NVMeU.2 NVMe (Native) Chipset AMD Knoll - Integrated I/O Controller Hub
NVMe2 U.2 NVMe LAN 2 Video 1 VGA port(s) Serial Port 1 COM Port(s) (1 KVM)
BIOS TypeAMI 128MB SPI Flash EEPROM
Power ConfigurationsACPI 6.0 Power Management Power-on mode for AC power recovery
HardwareTrusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0


Contact us today to learn more, by using the form below. A member of our expert team will reach out.


General Enquiry