Super Micro Computer, Inc, a leader in application-optimized, high performance server solutions, announced the addition of the world’s most affordable personal
supercomputer to its SuperBlade family.

Supermicro’s new 10-blade server
system based on the SBI-7125C-T3 blade provides the industry’s most
cost-effective blade solution, while also being the greenest personal
supercomputer and office computing solution. Based on Supermicro’s Server
Building Block Solutions(R) architecture, the SBI-7125C-T3 can also be
optimized for 14-blade configurations which are ideal for HPC and datacenter

“Our new SuperBlade(R) solution can be a very cost-effective
supercomputer. Now our customers can affordably enable a personal
supercomputer next to their desks with the same computing power previously
only available via large server installations,” said Charles Liang, CEO and
president of Supermicro. “This optimized blade solution features 93%* power
supply efficiency, innovative and highly efficient thermal and cooling system
designs, and industry-leading system performance-per-watt (290+ GFLOPS/kW*),
making it the greenest, most power-saving blade solution.”

At an affordable price point, the highly efficient SuperBlade(R)
minimizes operating costs to provide the best total cost of ownership (TCO)
solution available. This solution will particularly enable customers with a
limited budget who need high-performance computing.

This supercomputer is ideal for scientists and researchers in life
science, bioinformatics, physics, chemistry and similar fields of engineering
and science. One example of a large SuperBlade deployment is the
prestigious CERN Laboratory in Geneva, Switzerland, which selected the
SuperBlade to upgrade the computing facilities for its monumental Large
Hadron Collider (LHC) project.

Supermicro Server Building Block Solutions(R) offer exceptional
flexibility and outstanding feature advantages. For more information on
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